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Haptic's proposal for contemporary properties in a conservation area in London's Chelsea

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London- and Oslo-based Haptic has been slowly establishing its reputation since launching in 2009, but there was one project in particular that raised its profile last year – a proposal for contemporary properties in a conservation area in London's Chelsea. It was a huge hit with Dezeen readers, partly due to the impressive visual that accompanied the design.

The studio's founders originate from an assortment of countries – England, Norway and Germany – but a pared-down Scandinavian aesthetic can be seen throughout their projects. Others that have proved popular recently include a beachside shop and cafe and a pair of house extensions clad in untreated larch.


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