James Davies -- the founder of architecture studio Paper House Project, discovered an interesting warehouse design in Hackney and transformed it into a stunning house design as a personal project. The newly refurbished space in the London borough features double-height ceilings and modern living spaces with industrial heritage.
At the end of the day, it was the brick exterior facade, the geometric positioning and high-set ceilings that captured Davies's attention. Recognizing the vast potential of the spacious loft, the stunning house design boasts an open concept space with added lighting features. The industrialized vibe of the warehouse was met in the renovation by warm wooden elements, almost delicately thin wire frames, white painted walls and minimalist interior.
Photo Credits: Rory Gardiner
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