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Sleek London Home With Adjaye-Designed Extension Hits the Market, Asks $5.4M

Tile-covered '70s home gets a starchitect upgrade

This boxy north-London home comes with top-notch architectural credentials. Designed in 1970 by notable British modernist and architecture critic John Winter, the tile-covered house got an update and sleek wedge-shaped extension from starchitect David Adjaye in 2002.

The kitchen's smooth wood paneling, concrete-like backsplash, and enormous sliding glass door echo the uninterrupted surfaces and luxe materials of other Adjaye designs.

The rest of the interior looks simple, square, and sunny—though the listing notes that the home "may benefit from some cosmetic updating."

The 2,500-square-foot home is on market for £3,750,000 (about $5,406,187).

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