This remarkable house, close to the sea in the popular Kent town of Whitstable, was built in the late 1930s as an architect’s office and was recently fully refurbished and remodelled by the award-winning practice Kraus Schönberg for the current owners. The block-like forms of the original 1930s building show the influence of the growing […]
Paneled pocket door between kitchen and mudroom. Light turquoise walls are especially appropriate paired with architectural gems like a transom window, five-panel pocket doors and Arts and Crafts interior trim.
Industrial style interior with exposed brick wall. What captured my interest on this specific interior was the usage of the brick exposed wall uniting the outdoor and indoor environments thus creating the feel of a lager space.