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Building In Difficult Spaces

Roger Zogolovitch, of SolidSpace Developments Ltd, and Jamie Fobert, of Jamie Fobert Architects, on how to make exciting developments in unpromising spaces.


Roger Zogolovitch is the successful developer of an award winning project at Centaur Street near Waterloo for 4 split level apartments. He will argue that with a bit of imagination, existing, often unpromising looking, urban spaces can be re-used to create desirable new homes which cleverly negotiate often complex planning restrictions. Jamie Fobert’s central London project the Anderson House has done just this, Fobert
has inserted a stylish new home into a hidden site at the heart of an existing residential block with no exterior presence bar the front door. How he worked within the planning constraints to create an ingenious solution for this difficult site is a fascinating story.


Speaker(s):

Jamie Fobert | talks
Roger Zogolovitch | talks

 

Date and Time:

9 June 2004 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

2 hours 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)
66 Portland Place
London
W1B 1AD
+44 20 75 80 55 33
http://www.architecture.com/programmes

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Tickets:

£10, £7 conc., including a glass of wine

Available from:

www.riba-gallery.com or 020 7307 3699

Additional Information:

Drinks from 6pm, event 6.30pm.

One of the RIBA/Homes &Property Talks:
A series of three talks presented in association with the Evening Standard’s Homes & Property supplement, chaired by architecture writer and broadcaster, Fay Sweet.

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