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Accordia - Cambridge

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  • The green rooftops of the Alison Brooks-designed housing

    The green rooftops of the Alison Brooks-designed housing. Photo by David Millington Photography

    The townhouses on Brooklands Avenue each have a studio flat with a balcony overlooking the patio below

    The townhouses on Brooklands Avenue each have a studio flat with a balcony overlooking the patio below. Photo by David Millington Photography

    Internal street are pedestrian friendly, with garages neatly incorporated underneath

    Internal street are pedestrian friendly, with garages neatly incorporated underneath. Photo by David Millington Photography

  • The large open spaces are popular with children. The affordable housing units are on the right of the picture

    The large open spaces are popular with children. The affordable housing units are on the right of the picture. Photo by David Millington Photography

    Accordia tackles many preconceptions about family life in an urban area

    Accordia tackles many preconceptions about family life in an urban area. Photo by David Millington Photography

    Affordable housing and private flats at Accordia

    Affordable housing and private flats at Accordia. Photo by David Millington Photography

  • The masterplan shows how future phases will fit in to the overall scheme

    The masterplan shows how future phases will fit in to the overall scheme. Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects

    Mature planting in front of Mccreanor Lavington's 5 bed houses

    Mature planting in front of Mccreanor Lavington's 5 bed houses. Photo by Graham Paul Smith

    The Mccreanor Lavington-designed houses

    The Mccreanor Lavington-designed houses. Photo by David Millington Photography

  • Car parking is overlooked

    Car parking is overlooked. Photo by David Millington Photography

    A variety of materials are used in the flats

    A variety of materials are used in the flats. Photo by David Millington Photography

    Decking on the Mccreanor Lavington-designed houses

    Decking on the Mccreanor Lavington-designed houses. Photo by David Millington Photography

  • The patio courtyards of the Brooklands Avenue townhouses

    The patio courtyards of the Brooklands Avenue townhouses. Photo by David Millington Photography

    The affordable housing is of high quality

    The affordable housing is of high quality. Photo by David Millington Photography

    Private outdoor space at two levels, with first floor terrace and courtyard below, in the 4-bed 'Noon' house designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley

    Private outdoor space at two levels, with first floor terrace and courtyard below, in the 4-bed 'Noon' house designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley. Photo by Graham Paul Smith

  • Notable communal garden with imported pleached pear trees

    Notable communal garden with imported pleached pear trees. Photo by Graham Paul Smith

    The Mccreanor Lavington houses feature an internal 'pit'

    The Mccreanor Lavington houses feature an internal 'pit'. Photo by David Millington Photography

    'Glass' 2-bed apartments (Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects) have moveable partitions for extra flexibility

    'Glass' 2-bed apartments (Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects) have moveable partitions for extra flexibility. Countryside Properties

  • To allow daylight into sub-floor car parking at 'Glass' apartments (Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects), stone gabions are thin and provide a dramatic effect

    To allow daylight into sub-floor car parking at 'Glass' apartments (Feilden Clegg Bradley Architects), stone gabions are thin and provide a dramatic effect. Photo by Graham Paul Smith

    Main exit from Accordia to Brooklands Avenue: red asphalt is used to reduce vehicle speed

    Main exit from Accordia to Brooklands Avenue: red asphalt is used to reduce vehicle speed. Photo by Graham Paul Smith