Modern Town House in London with a Lovely Brick Exterior by Moxon Architects

London-based studio Moxon Architects designed the conversion of the Chelsea Town House situated in Chelsea, Southwest London, England. The existing house was radically reconfigured to provide larger rooms while following the materials of the previous structure. The double height limed oak staircase works as a library with a space for writing and concealed compartments for storage. Photos by Simon Kennedy

 

Simple Glamour of North London Townhouse by LLI Design

London-based studio LLI Design created the interior of a Town House in Crouch End, North of London. Working with the ethos of delivering ‘inspirational interiors for the way the client wants to live’, this 3000 square foot space has simply glamorous interiors enclosed in a contemporary 2-storey townhouse.   [via design-milk]

 

Lovely White Townhouse by Elding Oscarson

Collaborative studio Elding Oscarson designed the Townhouse. A streamlined residential structure near the beach in Landskrona, Sweden. With a total area of about 75 square meters, the Townhouse stands out along traditional neighboring homes. Completed in 2009. Townhouse by Elding Oscarson: Townhouse in Landskrona. The narrow site is sandwiched between very old neighboring buildings. Three thin slabs are projected into the open volume, softly dividing its functions. The continuous interior space is opening up [...]

 

Chelsea Townhouse + Modern Barn

Plenty of things to love in this home. Floor. Exposed truss. High ceilings. Fireplace. You’ll love where the wood for the fireplace is stored. It’s under the wide sofa which such a space saver. Good ventilation coupled with natural lighting. The way sunlight peeks inside the house thru the windows in the middle of different levels of the roof is a nice touch. And don’t you just love the swing seat in [...]

 

Julian Moore's Former NY Home

These are some old snaps of Julian Moore’s former home in West Village Townhouse in New York. Here’s a little trivia, the Hollywood actress dressed up her own home, interior decorations of her personal touch and taste, going for mostly grey and rustic pieces.. Originally built in the 1800s, this house has gone through numerous modifications but still retains most of it classic elements..       [via home-designing]