The architects of St Martin's Walk have made the very most of the site and taken great care, not simply to create a building of character but to integrate it with an existing neighbourhood that has its own identity and an established community. Today Gospel Oak is undergoing an exciting regeneration programme of which this development is only a part. It's a forward-looking project with a real sense of heritage. In tribute to the area's 19th century origins, the new apartments take their name from the Grade 1 listed neighbourhood church, described by architectural historian, Nicholas Pevsner, as the ‘craziest of London's Victorian churches'.
Our scheme is a contextual and modern expression of an urban family life with front gardens, communal squares, high quality brickwork and generous windows connecting into the wider Gospel Oak and Kentish Town area. Karakusevic Carson Architects
Shortlisted Housing Design Award 2016 St Martin's Walk and Fenwick South Shortlisted British Construction Industry Awards 2016 St Martin's Walk Shortlisted New London Awards 2016 - Housing St Martin's Walk and Fenwick South
Feed off the buzz of the big city or take in the tranquillity of the canal towpath. Hunt for bargains in Camden Market or stroll under the big skies on Hampstead Heath. Wherever the mood takes you, you can be there in minutes.
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