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1800s House Revamped by Norman Foster's Firm Asks $3.5M

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All photos via The Modern House

Location: London, England
Price: £2,250,000 ( ~$3,540,375)

Long before designing high-profile projects like the new spaceship-like Apple headquarters or towers for the star-studded Battersea Power Station redevelopment, Norman Foster's firm completed a humble little renovation project in the Hampstead area of London, turning a 1862 coach house into an airy two-bedroom home. The 1,962-square-foot dwelling is now on the market for the first time since Foster+Partners remodeled and extended it between 1968 and 1970, looking largely unchanged.

Embodying Foster's high-tech style of architecture, the house features a ton of exposed steel roof trusses, blockwork walls, and glazing. The focal point of the home is a double-height dining area with pitched glazed roof, which is just a few steps away from a glassy reception room that overlooks the garden. The rest of the home includes an ensuite bedroom on each floor—the one on the second floor opens out to a 600-square-foot terrace.


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