two houses in one

The ‘Homemade’ project was created by London-based design studio Bureau de Change. The task involved the joining of two neighboring houses into one home with an extended section at the back of the residence that includes the kitchen and dining area. The new home features floor-to-ceiling, sliding glass doors that completely open up the space to the outdoors. More light are brought into the place through installing skylights on the outer sides of the space.

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Photos by Eliot Postma via design-milk

 

 

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