Real Homes: Victorian Laundry Conversion
This week our search for inspiring industrial interiors takes us to a former Victorian laundry in South London. Originally converted in 1994, the late 19th century building was again reimagined by architect Dingle Price in 2012.
Listed on Rightmove via The Modern House for a cool £1,595,000 the cavernous space boasts a fluid live/work arrangement designed in collaboration with a painter and his young family.
Rich with natural light,’House for a Painter’ features raw and whitewash timbers with a minimal aesthetic punctuated by colour, texture and tone. Furnishings, though sparse are a curated and eclectic mix of modernist and industrial styles complemented by a selection of the owner’s works.
Retaining the original mezzanine, the interior was divided into split level living quarters on one side and a double height studio on the other. Architect Dingle Price describes the conversion as having inserted a two story house within the existing space.
Featuring two bedrooms, a bathroom and shower room, open plan kitchen, dining and living space as well as a small courtyard garden, the property is located in Haydon Way, a private road closed to the public but close to contemporary restaurants, concept bars and a selection of independent shops.
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