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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Apr 27, 2015 01:01 AM
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by Tyler last modified Apr 26, 2015

This industrial building turned modern home is the work of the renowned design firm Brinkworth for the artist Dinos Chapman and knitwear designer Tiphaine de Lussy. I often refers to these types of home as “bunker style” mostly because of all of the concrete. As it turns out I like these style homes. 7,500 sq […] The post Industrial building turned modern home appeared first on .




 

 

This industrial building turned modern home is the work of the renowned design firm Brinkworth for the artist Dinos Chapman and knitwear designer Tiphaine de Lussy. I often refers to these types of home as “bunker style” mostly because of all of the concrete. As it turns out I like these style homes. 7,500 sq ft is a fairly large home but it lays out nicely.“Much of the charm of the original 1930s concrete reservoir (including expansive, open-plan spaces) has been retained by Brinkworth who have also incorporated a large glass pavilion on the top of the property that gives panoramic views towards the North Downs. The pavilion provides a living space that is perhaps one of the most spectacular of any property in the South East of England.”

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Industrial building,modern concrete,house,design,architecture

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modern concrete,house,design,architecture

modern concrete,house,design,architecture

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