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The Modern Notting Hill House by Paper Project Architecture and Design

Found on Freshome,the Notting Hill House is a contemporary property that was rebuilt this year. It was a project by Paper Project Architecture and Design. This stylish mews house was completely remodeled and reinvented. It was a project that aimed at creating a more spacious décor and a modern and comfortable atmosphere. The style chosen for the newly reimagined residence is minimalist and bold.

The house was not only updated and remodeled but also restructured. The original building got an extension of two additional levels. This new design basically doubles the floor plan. The house is now more spacious and the new interior décor further enhance this impression. The remodel also allowed the house to be brighter. It’s now invaded by natural light coming from the large windows and the whole atmosphere changed. Moreover, there are several other features that make this place seem so bright and casual.

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One of the features that catch the eye is the stairwell. The floating glass stairs have a very lightweight appearance. Their transparency makes them almost invisible. Another beautiful feature is the top floor skylight. The extension includes, besides the top floor, the basement area as well. Here is located the kitchen. It’s a spacious area with a very interesting wall décor. It’s a set of words with mirrored surfaces that reflect the bold colors from the room. The walls and the floor are white, the furniture is dark and there are also colorful insertions such as the green chairs or the green artwork.

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Posted in Architecture on June 27, 2012

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