London architecture firm Teatum+Teatum have slotted two spacious and impeccably designed flats across the top of two existing Victorian homes in West London. The project shows that with a bit of creativity and design much more can done with underdeveloped existing buildings in the capital to create more homes. As the architects explain “the project is an example of how the city can provide more housing on existing land with limited construction”.
The flat themselves are minimal, simple and light with pale timber furniture, sliding wooden doors and marble counter-tops. The lucky occupiers will also be able to enjoy views of Shepard Bush’s Victorian skyline with spacious outdoor balconies and a roof terrace. Here’s hoping that more and more projects like this are undertaken to make use of London’s underdeveloped properties. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for a look at the clever use of space for the layout and head over to Dezeen for a more in depth look at the stunning flats.
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