Inside Out Architecture of London has hosted a whole slew of creative projects, but one of our personal favorites has to be the “Warner House.” Located in the Central London area, this residence was a refurbishment project that is now a large open contemporary oasis. From an architectural standpoint, the old space was completely stripped and then new interior walls were added to create some additional private areas.
The concrete beams on the ceiling are what make this space so dramatic. The angular juxtapositions of the interior truly make it an interesting floor plan and no space feels too boxed in or generic. Kitchen, living and kitchen are all in the central geometric hub of the home, with a central island anchoring the division yet providing the perfect balance of space. Wood, concrete and metal parts all give this city home a fresh and modern appeal.