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Hype Park Apartments: 1420 is located in the growing Village of Hyde Park in northwest London and is a boutique apartment building of 4 storeys containing 74 residential units. The building is in an L-shaped plan with the two wings offset to create an entrance feature and with an emphasis on the corner site. Masonry will be the predominate exterior material with feature panelization.


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Hype Park Apartments: 1420 is located in the growing Village of Hyde Park in northwest London and is a boutique apartment building of 4 storeys containing 74 residential units. The building is in an L-shaped plan with the two wings offset to create an entrance feature and with an emphasis on the corner site. Masonry will be the predominate exterior material with feature panelization.


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It's seriously called Hype Park Apartments?! If so hahahahahaaaaaablechhhhhhhhhhhhhh.

If typo… hah?! Love me a good typo. Typos are my life.

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Hype Park Apartments: 1420 is located in the growing Village of Hyde Park in northwest London and is a boutique apartment building of 4 storeys containing 74 residential units. The building is in an L-shaped plan with the two wings offset to create an entrance feature and with an emphasis on the corner site. Masonry will be the predominate exterior material with feature panelization.


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I don't think the white panelling adds any value here, particularly since it doesn't highlight the principle entrance; elsewise, the architectural expression is decent.

I'd rather not see surface parking, but if it must be there, it would nice to see permeable interlock pavers as oppose to asphalt. I also feel those at-grade units facing the parking lot could use a bit more landscape buffer.
 

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