by MAE Architects
Hammond Court is a 43 dwelling mixed tenure residential scheme. The estate regeneration project replaces a series of unpopular 1970s buildings. The architecture offers a carefully crafted, high quality place to live rather than one of novelty and sensation.
The design takes inspiration from the surrounding Warner Estate’s popular half-houses and its associated philosophy which was to enable residents to “Live well and cheaply”. Stacked dwellings take on the architectural expression of a big house and gabled fronts enhance the streetscape.