Leigh Osborne and Graham Voce’s water tower home is a post-modern melding of a historical site and contemporary living space.
The original structure was built in the 1800s and was purchased by the couple four years ago. They were adamant about maintaining the authentic feel of the tower while incorporating their modern aesthetic. The remodeled space is now made up of multiple bedrooms, bathrooms, a rooftop terrace and spacious living areas. The design concept of the remodel was to juxtapose the ancient brickwork with tons of glass and clean lines to update the vibe. The result is several panels of wall-to-wall window space and remarkable views of London from every angle.
Leigh Osborne and Graham Voce’s water tower home preserves old-world architecture and enhances it for modern living.
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