Taylor House by Paul Archer Design
by Ted Savage / October 19, 2012
You wouldn't know it from the rear approach: Taylor House by Paul Archer Design, converted Victorian-era public house in London, England, retains the original front and side walls and entirely re-engineers the rest.


Excavating and extending upwards in back created an elevated extension, a floating glass-walled kitchen that marks the living spaces on the second floor (with a cleverly positioned outdoor shower underneath), while private areas, bedrooms and such, are located downstairs. Via ArchDaily.


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