Public Housing: A London Renaissance

Public Housing: A London Renaissance is the latest research report by New London Architecture. The report identifies what the residential sector needs to do to deliver viable, popular, high-quality public housing, with a coinciding exhibition now on at London's Building Centre until July 18.


A number of Studio Egret West projects are featured, including 360 Barking for Swan and NU living which provides 291 homes over an aggregated arrangement of connected drums, combining efficiency of volume with natural dual aspect orientations. Our work at East Wick and Sweetwater for the London Legacy Development Corporation is also included, as is our scheme for Berkeley Group - Birch House – which falls part of the wider Kidbrooke Village. All three schemes are currently on site, with 360 Barking and Birch House due for completion this year.


You can download a copy of the research paper here: