Located in the Spitalfields neighborhood of London, this residential renovation by Chris Dyson Architects is a modern response to the "Georgian character of the building." Awkwardly poised above a retail space, the apartment affectively negotiates the narrow spaces and dramatic transitions into a balanced, contemporary environment. The use of ash in the central stairwell and floors brings a bright, slightly Scandinavian, touch to the space, balancing the very English stonework and wainscot. Spotted first on Remodelista, see more at Chris Dyson Architects.
Monday, October 25, 2010
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