An $8.3 Million London Home Designed by David Adjaye Is On the Market

On the upper level are a guest space and the primary bedroom, with a swimming pool accessible from the primary bath. Work was completed on the 4,000 square-foot residential or commercial property in 2004, and this is the very first time it has actually come on the market in a decade. However it has actually turned up on U.K. shows like Spooks, Silent Witness, and Lucky Man.The kitchen and dining location designed by David Adjaye.
Picture: Courtesy of Sothebys International RealtyAdjaye, who was knighted in 2017, is among Britains many well-known designers, known for creating homes for photographer Juergen Teller and actor Ewan McGregor, as well as the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo and the upcoming Abrahamic Family House interfaith complex in Abu Dhabi.Hes created several iconic homes in London, including Mole House, a brought back residential or commercial property in Hackney that sits over a network of interconnected tunnels. Lost House shows Adjayes signature design, avoiding ornateness for cool minimalism, natural materials, and earthy tones.Another view of the dining area and kitchen.
Image: Courtesy of Sothebys International RealtyEach bedroom is a various color with matching carpet, and the pool is painted matte black. Its set up as a three-bedroom home, Bradshaw explains how it could easily convert to a two-bedroom with a large home workplace. Googles new billion-dollar U.K. headquarters on Pancras Square is less than a five-minute walk away.