How this tiny 66m2 self build uses light to transform a challenging narrow site

Inside a light-filled bungalow with midcentury furniture and dual vaulted ceilings
The light-filled interiors of The Haringey Brick Bungalow. (Image credit: Satish Jassal Architects)

Working with a compact 66m2 plot and a budget of £270k might seem like a tall order for most, but not for the team at Satish Jassal Architects

The practice recently completed work on an impressive single-storey home, built on a tiny 110m2 plot of land in North London. Despite the challenging location and size of the site, the finished self build home is a contemporary, light-filled marvel. 

Gabriella Dyson
Assistant Editor

Gabriella is Homebuilding & Renovating's Assistant Editor. She is a DIY enthusiast and a lover of all things interior design. She’s spent the past decade crafting copy for regional publications, award-winning architects, and leading UK homeware brands. 

She has a particular passion for historic buildings and listed properties, and she is currently in the process of renovating a Grade II-listed Victorian coach house in the West Country. At Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine, Gabriella is responsible for curating the magazine's home case studies and regularly contributes to the Homebuilding website.