Dogtooth Brickwork Makes a Narrow London Terrace House Stand Out While Blending In

Architect Giles Bruce’s residence takes its name from the jagged pattern of bricks that covers most of its park-facing side.
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Architect Giles Bruce’s south London house, built in 2019, sits at the end of a Victorian terrace that was partially destroyed during World War II. A pocket park now occupies the spot where the bombs fell, with Giles’s home filling the gap between the last house standing and the urban greenery.

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Iain Aitch
Author, journalist and Dwell contributor. London, England.


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