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1960s, Contemporary, Conversions, United Kingdom

On the market: Will Caradoc-Hodgkins-designed conversion in Twickenham, south west London

Will Caradoc-Hodgkins-designed conversion in Twickenham, south west London
Will Caradoc-Hodgkins-designed conversion in Twickenham, south west London

The original was described as as ‘dated’ bungalow, very different to the Will Caradoc-Hodgkins-designed conversion in Twickenham, south west London you see here. Read more

Conversions, United Kingdom

On the market: Apartment in the former Guinness bottling factory in Rugby, Warwickshire

Apartment in the former Guinness bottling factory in Rugby, Warwickshire
Apartment in the former Guinness bottling factory in Rugby, Warwickshire

A conversion done well, courtesy of this apartment in the former Guinness bottling factory in Rugby, Warwickshire. Read more

Contemporary, Conversions, Modernist, United Kingdom

On the market: Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1

Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1
Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1

This is inspired by a classic. Any idea which one? Read on to find out more about the Eglon Mews modernist property in London NW1. Oh yes, thanks to Christian for the tip off on this one. Read more

Conversions, Period, United Kingdom

On the market: Willingale Associates-designed industrial conversion in London EC1

Willingale Associates-designed industrial conversion in London EC1
Willingale Associates-designed industrial conversion in London EC1

It was formerly used as an art gallery, so if you have plenty of art to hang, this Willingale Associates-designed industrial conversion in London EC1 might be the place for you. Read more

Conversions, United Kingdom

On the market: Ross Lovegrove’s home and work space in London W11

Ross Lovegrove’s home and work space in London W11
Ross Lovegrove’s home and work space in London W11

If you know your design, you probably know the name Ross Lovegrove, who has worked for some of the biggest names out there and produced some stunning distinctive, organic and futuristic designs of his own too. Why are we telling you this? Simple, his home and work space in London W11 is up for sale. Read more