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All images via Domus Nova
Location: London, England
Price: £12,000,000 (~$18,216,900)
The spectacular home and workspace of renown contemporary industrial designer Ross Lovegrove has just listed in London and it's as characterful as its owners. Lovegrove, known for highly experimental work inspired by organic forms and contributions to early Sony Walkmans and Apple computers, conceived many of his well-known designs in this Mews house in Notting Hill, a four-story live-work paradise he shares with his wife, architect Miska Miller-Lovegrove. And it was Miller-Lovegrove who, upon taking possession of the former warehouse nearly 20 years ago, converted the home to its current state.
The star of the 5,442-square-foot home is a very-Lovegrove DNA staircase connecting the two lower floors of workspaces. The next level up includes three bedrooms and a living area home, and the top floor holds a more expansive reception space, kitchen, and access to a private roof garden terrace. In an email, a listing rep says the Lovegrove designs seen all over the building "will remain after the property is sold, allowing the new owner to own their own piece of design history."
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