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Friday, March 31, 2006
From Kamiichi to Notting Hill: Peter Salter
A slightly premature but welcome article from Ellis Woodman in this week's BD regarding a development by architect Peter Salter in Notting Hill. The project, which has not yet received planning, is for Baylight Properties, the developer headed by AA-grad and former student of Peter's, Crispin Kelly.

The development, for 4 dwellings on a compact and complex site, is exciting as it will be the first permanent building in the UK by one of our most sensitive and virtuoso architects. Previously Peter, who has completed several works in Japan including the Kamiichi mountain pavilion, has until now in the UK been known most for his teaching at Bath and the AA, and as former head of the UEL school.

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