Acol Crescent

Located in the London Borough of Hillingdon, Roundel House on Acol Crescent provides 33 apartments in West London with 14 of them shared ownership. The new homes are on the doorstep of ample green spaces including Stonefield Park.

The three-storey scheme is part of the street scene of the Station Approach. The asymmetrical façade is composed of red- and grey-brick sections, protruding from the main body of the building. Roundel House features floor-to-ceiling windows, a collection of spacious cantilevered balconies with straight-line railings, as well as closed glazed balconies, accentuated by thick dark frames. In addition, the residential complex comes with four roof terraces.

A mixture of  one and two bedroom apartments, the apartments range in size from 52 to 80 square metres and each home  comes with either a balcony or a terrace, while the ground-floor apartments benefit from charming private gardens and patios. The open-plan layouts and wide full-height windows maximise the amount of natural light flooding into the living areas.

South Ruislip station, which is 4 minutes away, provides a link between the neighbourhood and the centre of London and on the doorstep are cafes, restaurants, healthcare, a cinema and shops.

Client London Borough of Hillingdon
Location Ruislip, London Borough of Hillingdon
Role Architect