Fraher has recently been awarded planning for the Subterranean House, situated in a prominent Conservation area in North London. The house sits on the site of three existing unused garages, providing a family dwelling at lower ground and upper ground floor level. The house sits hidden behind the boundary clinker wall, poking its bronze head just about the boundary wall.
A green roof presents a hairy hat to the building and a green outlook for the surrounding buildings. A series of cutaway courtyards provide light wells and garden space for the owners within the context of a subterranean building.