Jack Hobhouse|Jack Hobhouse||Jack Hobhouse|Jack Hobhouse|Jack Hobhouse||Project Orange extends a Victorian building skywards|The extensions “bites down” on the old building, smoothing the transition|Project Orange drew scores of designs to perfect the mix of old and new|The double-height walls are highlighted with a different hue in each unit|City views and terraces hope to attract small creative businesses|Birch ply is used for staircases and flooring||
16 May 2012

Project Orange puts a lid on a Victorian building

Words by Pamela Buxton

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