Archive for category: Property Inspiration

Former Sweet Factory for Sale: Hove, Brighton

28 Oct
October 28, 2014

Description A former sweet factory for sale in Hove, Brighton. This four-storey houseforms part of the conversion of the former Maynards Sweet Factory in the popular Poets’ Corner area of Hove, near Brighton. Information Originally built in around 1900, the red brick building has been subject to a conversion by the London-based architects John Kerr […]

Industrial Style House for Sale: West Hampstead, London

11 Apr
April 11, 2014

Description This late-Victorian façade property redesigned in an industrial style house for sale on Sherriff Road, West Hampstead, London NW6. Information The house was redesigned in its entirety in the 1980s by the architect Brian Muller, who stripped it back to the structural fabric of brick, joists and lath, and planted a tree that grows […]

Property Inspiration: Summer Boathouse in More og Romsdal, Norway

08 Dec
December 8, 2013

Architecture Inspiration The boathouse is a cultural and historical hallmark of Norways coastal regions, where fishing used to be the primary profession. They have traditionally been used for storing boats and fishing gear, but today many of them are being converted for recreational summer use. This particular boathouse is located on the outermost reaches of […]

Property Inspiration: Converted Off-Grid Stable – Spain

05 Aug
August 5, 2013

  In the countryside of Cáceres, Spain, life continues how it has for centuries—livestock farming is king, ranches are handed down through generations, and the rolling hills offer food, water and shelter for the cattle and their owners. So when Madrid city-dwellers Carlos Alonso and his sister Camino bought an abandoned stable, the countryside looked […]

Converted Warehouse for Sale: Shoreditch, London EC2

02 Aug
August 2, 2013

Description A freehold four-storey converted warehouse for sale situated on residential roads in Shoreditch, London. Information This four-storey converted warehouse is positioned on one of the most sought-after residential roads in Shoreditch. Previously a furniture factory built by John Barr & Sons in 1865, the property has been restored by the architect Andrew Fielder. Meticulous […]

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