The Islington House by Neil Dusheiko Architects is located in the heart of London's fashionable Islington district. Despite of boasting an ordinary, Victorian facade, this compact home is instantly turned into a modern design haven once one enters its interior.
Neil Dusheiko Architects transformed this run-down urban home into a light-infused and angular open-concept residence. The living space was created for a family of five and features high ceilings, angular framing elements and an array of sky lights that bathe its interior with plenty of natural light.
The Islington House also features a garden space that is connected to the home's dining area with a concrete floor that blends the interior and exterior of the structure together flawlessly.
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