Tom Dixon’s ‘Tower House’ is a Converted Home

By: Jordy E  - Published: Aug 4, 2012 • References: & gizmag
Tom Dixon Studio’s ‘Tower House’ in West London’s Kensington area brings avant-garde architecture to a whole new level, or rather to an above ground level. Although the abandoned structure was once used to contain and filter water, the designers have re-purposed it in the interest of upscale housing.

Tower House’s 7 meter diameter and 60 ft height have accommodated the creation of a remarkable living space. The two floors include a kitchen, living room, bathroom, two bedrooms and a stunning terrace that overlooks the Notting Hill neighborhood.

These domestic spaces lend an element of practicality to the spherical abode in spite of the over-the-top blueprints that lie at the heart of this Tom Dixon venture. Stats for Fortress-Bound Residences Trending: Older & Warm
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