How on earth do you go about converting all 6,000 square foot of a one-time industrial building into a habitable living space? John Crace finds out
Aircon House started out as a rocking-horse factory in the 19th century, and over the years has seen life as a stage set factory, a builders' merchants and an air-conditioning fittings factory (hence its name).
The owners, Eric Guibert and Robin Pembrooke, simply wanted more space. They certainly got it – 6,000 square feet of it.
Aircon House is charming. In this article you will see the beginning conversion efforts, but they had big plans for their home.
Never forget In Victorian times, Tower Bridge was the gateway to London. Saffron, anise, tamarind and tea all passed along this stretch of the Thames before being tucked away in warehouses like Ivory House. This ...
In a former life this was a warehouse for spices and tea. Now it is a rental option in London's Tower Bridge neighborhood.
....curved windows, the high ceilings and exposed structure saturate the space with history....
Guess what...if you are visiting London you can rent this beautiful space!
I usually select an interior image, but today this photo won my heart over. The interior of this 200+ year old London rennovated warehouse has many great qualities and some outstanding design features. Take note of the dining space and it's lighting, the bathroom, the stairs and stair screen detail. Also the charm of the master bedroom and roof garden....enjoy and remember we like hearing from you.
If you believe that cozy feeling with industrial design don’t go together then you should see this family home. This is a A double-fronted Edwardian house in north London. The distressed finish is...
We really like so many of the design choices in this cool and hip London home. The use of concrete, bricks, vintage wood and stone add lovely earth tones and textural elements to the spaces. Color is used as punctuation and an artful note and is just enough but not too much.Textile choices add a bit of sophistication as do chandeliers, wallpaper, and rugs. Mid cetnury classic furniture is sprinkled throughout .
London has been an inspiring architectural design scene to which New Zealand-born, London-based architect William Tozer recently added a fascinating co
Another great conversion in London! This home is very connected to it's past life as an industrial space. It has honored the raw concrete components and pipes in the design. The concrete actually makes a stronger statement in contrast to the lovely wood finnishes on the floors and doors. White walls showcase the hip and cool art choices. Overall, the incredible views of the London skyline and very modern, minimalist amenities help to create a wonderful #rawandreal home.
Holly and Steve live together in a converted warehouse in east London. Here's how they make the most of their industrial space...
This conversion was a big project for this creative couple. It was literally very physical. "The concrete in the walls is tough, with rubble mixed in,' says Holly. 'It took Steve four hours to drill the holes for our curtain poles!"
Holly offers some how to advice for converting a warehouse into a living space, she says, "decide what matters and plan around that." read the rest of their story....
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