Collection by Luke Hopping

The Architect Behind Some of London's Homiest Coffee Shops

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The storybook cafes of London's Soho and Fitzrovia neighborhoods each have their own unique charm, yet many source their style from a single origin, architect William Tozer.

In our April issue dedicated to kitchens and baths, we visit a town house renovated by William Tozer and inspired by his work on local coffee shops. Grab it on newsstands next week.

Autonomous Fragment By painting the brick walls and ceiling joists of this 127-square-foot hole-in-the-wall white,...
Talkhouse Tozer reconfigured a Portobello Road retail space into a light-filled cafe with a healthy dose of reuse.
Fernandez & Wells Drain grating supports Yorkstone countertops at the Somerset House outpost of Fernandez & Wells,...
Kaffeine Tozer refurbished the interior and exterior of this tiny retail space in Fitzrovia, preserving the existing...
Lantana Cafe A street frontage dominated by ducts for an underground substation provided challenges as well as...
Furniture throughout the house echoes the soft materiality of the architectural details, which include original pine...
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