A mews house takes up a long infill site, resulting in a building with just two elevations, lane and garden. Within the volume, a double-height light-well illuminates the long, narrow plan. To the garden side on the south, the façade is mostly glass, while the north side to the lane the house presents a closed face appropriate to the privacy of the lane. Both façades use brick cladding, applied in a clearly compositional way, with the thickness always made explicit.
The house includes a basement level, with large recreation rooms, which maximises the area on a site which is limited to two storeys above ground level.