Restored in style
A thoughtful restoration of a South London house adding Mid Century style and modern artwork has created a bright and colourful home.
A Grand Design in Sussex.
Imaginative conversion of an uninspired 1980's bungalow gaining space and light. Architect Adam Penton has breathed new life into this tired property by adding a master suite and filling in the angle across the corner between the two wings of the building. It has opened up access to the garden, added accommodation and created a spacious and beautiful home.
A London riverside apartment in an old warehouse featuring the work of leading interior designers and makers.
Published in The London Magazine Design and Interiors Special, October, 2018.
An impressive Cornish granite schoolhouse transformed into a home. From schoolhouse to council offices, then rescued and sympathetically restored and renovated. Published in Period Living magazine, August 2018.
copy by Katie Treggiden
"The relationship between work and home life has rapidly changed with an increasing number of people requiring the flexibility to work not just from home but anyway. The demand has resulted in new challenges for architects and designers to provide innovative solutions to create multifunctional spaces to suit a variety of needs. The new book by Anna Yudina gives an insight into the number of different solutions by designers to integrate the workspace into the domestic home."
FORMstudio's Artillery Mansions project features within the ‘Integrated/Detached’ section. The open plan arrangement contains a central ‘floating’ block that houses a home office. Flexibility is provided by concealed doors on electromagnetic holds that can be used to separate the work and living areas when required.
Just published feature in Real Homes magazine on a really nice transformation of a house in East London by architect Tom Kaneko - http://tomkaneko.com
A big thank you to the owners Vic Grimshaw and Tom Hostler!