7 London Houses We Love
Friday marked the start of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, England. In celebration of the city's finest works of residential design, we've collected seven homes—including one by starchitect David Adjaye and a mind-boggling polychromatic residece by Ab Rogers— in which we wouldn't mind spending a night.
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- From red brick in a shingled mix to cedar cladding that stands out, these modern homes were designed to turn heads.
- Amid its brick-clad row houses, London boasts some seriously modern architecture. Here are seven examples from the pages of Dwell.
- If you’re the blaming type, you might fault Le Corbusier for making the white facade so utterly irresistible.
- Corporate high-flyers and admitted neat freaks Bruce Thatcher and Kirsty Leighton couldn’t handle the chaos anymore.
- Flummoxed by the ever-present need for storage in the bathroom? Here are 10 ways to stash all your bath supplies in a modern way.
- Kiwi photographer Matthew Williams has traveled around the globe to shoot homes for Dwell.
- These five modern house additions not only add necessary square footage, but bring their previously existing structures thoroughly up to date.
- On an eight-foot-wide site in London, architect Luke Tozer cleverly squeezed in a four-story home equipped with rain-water-harvesting and geothermal systems.