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Award-winning renovation slashes mid-century home’s carbon footprint by 80%

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by Lucy Wang last modified Feb 05, 2016

Topped with a distinctive sloped roof that mimics the steep terrain, Antsy Plum was originally designed by David Levitt in 1964 for former Arup partner and engineer Roger Rigby. The property also includes a studio annex later designed by Brutalist architects Peter and Alison Smithson. Both structures were significantly deteriorated by the time Coppin Dockray co-founder Sandra Coppin and her husband purchased the property six years ago. While the architects strived to preserve the buildings’ architectural...






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