Renovation Opens Up a London Apartment

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June 12, 2014
In Clerkenwell, an architect re-imagines a space to bring out the "dramatic geometry" of its concrete ceiling. Read Full Article
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  Inside Out Architecture renovated an apartment in the Clerkenwell section of central London, removing interior walls to create an open, loft-like living space. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    Inside Out Architecture renovated an apartment in the Clerkenwell section of central London, removing interior walls to create an open, loft-like living space. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  The renovation was designed to preserve and call attention to the angular pattern of the crisscrossing concrete ceiling beams. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    The renovation was designed to preserve and call attention to the angular pattern of the crisscrossing concrete ceiling beams. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  The architects suspended a NoBoDy 200 lighting rig by Delta Light from the concrete ceiling. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    The architects suspended a NoBoDy 200 lighting rig by Delta Light from the concrete ceiling. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  Another view of the open living-dining space. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    Another view of the open living-dining space. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  The kitchen island is outfitted with a stainless-steel countertop. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    The kitchen island is outfitted with a stainless-steel countertop. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  The architects carved out a small sitting area outside a bedroom. The partitions are either painted plasterboard, lacquered medium-density fiberboard (MDF), or veneered MDF. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    The architects carved out a small sitting area outside a bedroom. The partitions are either painted plasterboard, lacquered medium-density fiberboard (MDF), or veneered MDF. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  A view of the living room through a floor-to-ceiling window in the bedroom. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    A view of the living room through a floor-to-ceiling window in the bedroom. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
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  The flooring in the hallway, and elsewhere in the apartment, is manor oak by Kährs. Photo by Jim Stephenson.
    The flooring in the hallway, and elsewhere in the apartment, is manor oak by Kährs. Photo by Jim Stephenson.

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