Architects Groves Natcheva completed a redesign and renovation on the Hampstead Home in London, England.
The classic art deco residence featured a traditional 20th century home design, so the design team decided to keep the original structure and celebrate it instead of replace it. By replacing the roof and adding large, loft-like windows, the exterior of the home blends seamlessly with the contemporary interior. By knocking out multiple walls, the home now has an open-concept design that allows natural light to flood each room. The kitchen now has high-end finishes and a large door that opens to the garden, allowing for indoor/outdoor living.
The end result of the renovation on the Hampstead Home is a space that effortlessly mixes old with new, for a refreshed living space that is full of detail and history.
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