Warner House – one of several creative projects submitted by the studio Inside Out Architecture in London (UK). Located in the heart of the British capital, this modern industrial residence with an open floor plan was formed as a result of the reconstruction of the old premises.
It first renovation project is almost completely destroyed the walls of the existing space, followed by the new, to create several private areas that need privacy.
Concrete and concrete beams on the ceiling set the artistic atmosphere, and their spatial asymmetry creates an interesting dynamic.
Geometric center of the house are the living room and kitchen with island work surface, providing a perfect balance of ergonomics and function space.
Metal fragments, wood, and concrete form the fresh atmosphere of the city, where the balancing industrial coolness, comfort and peace.
More information about this and other interesting projects presented by Inside Out Architecture can be found on their official website: http://www.io-a.com/