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This Converted Warehouse Makes a Gorgeous Live-Work Space

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All photos by <a href="">Rory Gardiner</a> via <a href="">Dezeen</a>
All photos by Rory Gardiner via Dezeen

When a converted home doesn't get it right the first time, a do-over might be worth it. Check out, for instance, this 2,443-square-foot former warehouse in London: though the property was already converted into a residence, the current owner brought in local firm Sadie Snelson Architects to open it up from a cluster of partitioned spaces into a well-lit, double-height, live-work dream.

The result, featuring a large steel mezzanine—with a steel balustrade and folded steel staircase—overlooking soaring steel-framed windows, is a sophisticated show-stopper. The cast-concrete kitchen counters and island, designed by the firm and built by the client, are pretty rad, too.

· Sadie Snelson Architects converts London warehouse into photographer's home and studio [Dezeen]
· 10 Rad Homes Converted from Strange, Unexpected Spaces [Curbed]
· This Suave Belgian Loft Explores the Poetry of Shadows [Curbed]