Built by Bureau de Change Design Office in , United Kingdom with date Images by Eliot Postma. ‘HomeMade’ is the first residential scheme by London-based design studio Bureau de Change. The project takes two nei.
On the ground floor is an open-plan living room with French doors that open out onto a new terrace, which is built atop the kitchen extension with stairs leading down to the garden. On warm days, the wall of sliding doors off the kitchen will be left comp
this couple in London craved order, light, and space but were prepared to settle for a washing machine. In came architect William Tozer with a plan that inserted clean white planes into the envelope of their Victorian terrace house in London.