The 'Chevron House' by Andy Martins Architects is a beautiful revamped abode that opens space and creates fluidity from room to room. The massive home is divided only by color and material.
The home fuses together indoor and outdoor space. It melds together cohesively and creates clean-lined spaces. The gorgeous house located in a suburb of West London takes a classic Edwardian model and creates it into a modern marvel. The architects maintained the character of the home and enhanced the fluidity of the space by creating a warehouse feel. They tore down walls to exaggerate the massive space and to create an infinity view from every perspective in the dwelling.
The design is contemporary, the flow is effortless and Andy Martins Architects outdid themselves with this renovation.
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The Chevron House By Andy Martins Architects Fuses Floor Plans
- By: Katie PagnottaJan 31, 2013