fantastic kitchen and first floor extension

London-based studio Platform 5 Architects redesigned a home so that it could house an extensive collection of books. Called ‘Book Tower House’, the home was given a wooden staircase at the heart of the house, with walls that double as bookcases.

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Piscinas pequeñas para espacios pequeños | Decorar tu casa es facilisimo.com

Piscinas pequeñas para espacios pequeños

Piscinas pequeñas para espacios pequeños | Decorar tu casa es facilisimo.com

Jimi House by Paul Archer Design features round window inspired by abstract art.

Jimi House has a large round window inspired by abstract art

Jimi House by Paul Archer Design features round window inspired by abstract art

View of picture window, House for Two Artists, Gort Scott Architects

Trombé :: Contemporary Modern Conservatories and Conservatory Design London :: Structural Glazing

Round window, Paul Archer Design

Jimi House by Paul Archer Design features round window inspired by abstract art

Tuin/zonhuisje op de 1e verdieping

Designer Sarah Stewart-Smith adds modern textures and pristine finishes to the interior of this Victorian terrace house in west London. Learn more at HOUSE by House & Garden.

Glazed extension, Clissold Crescent by Bradley Van Der Straeten architects

Mod with simple shaker Glazed extension, Clissold Crescent by Bradley Van Der Straeten architects

Barbara Webster with her daughter, Lizzie, co-founder of Fraher Architects who designed the basement's transformation.Gloomy, badly lit rooms, a slight subterranean dampness and the sight of strangers' feet glimpsed on the pavement outside the barred windows: everyone knows the unappealing cliché of the urban basemen

Our home: converting gloomy basement flats

Barbara Webster with her daughter, Lizzie, co-founder of Fraher Architects who designed the basement's transformation.Gloomy, badly lit rooms, a slight subterranean dampness and the sight of strangers' feet glimpsed on the pavement outside the barred windows: everyone knows the unappealing cliché of the urban basemen

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