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Warehouse Home Issue Two

Posted on Jun 15, 2015 by

Warehouse Home Issue Two Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer. Read Issue Two of Warehouse Home interior design magazine here!

Warehouse Home Issue Two
Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer

Warehouse Home Issue Two is out now! We’re delighted to share Warehouse Home Issue Two, which is live online – in full and free. Enjoy Warehouse Home Issue Two by clicking here or viewing in the reader below.

When my husband and I bought our warehouse home in South East London, we had been drawn to the unique heritage and character of the building, but we knew very little about the local area. In the following months, we discovered a number of unique and unusual enterprises in our quiet corner of the capital. Several make an appearance in this issue.A short walk west along the river is one of my favourite buildings, the former Bankside Power Station – now Tate Modern. Given the tremendous success of this industrial conversion it’s remarkable that it stood derelict for almost 20 years and faced demolition. Pioneering architects Herzog & de Meuron are now on site at Tate Modern again, realising an ambitious extension to their original scheme. We learn more about their vision for the monolithic power station on pages 6-7. On a smaller scale, our new neighbours The Shipping Press inspired us to explore other creative initiatives in the UK based in cargo containers (pages 8-9). You’ll spot the influence of ‘cargotecture’ elsewhere in the issue too.

Vivid blues and bright oranges offset a raw industrial scheme Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer. Read Issue Two of Warehouse Home Interior design magazine now!

Vivid blues and bright oranges offset a raw industrial scheme
Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer

Since the launch of Warehouse Home last year, we’ve received emails from readers all over the country and much further afield. From Liverpool to London, Canada to China, the feedback to Warehouse Home has been overwhelmingly positive. Wherever you live and whatever your style, we’ve worked tirelessly to source original ideas and inspiration for your home. We’re also thrilled to be launching our debut design collection (pages 4-5), created exclusively with warehouse homes in mind.

Create drama with a crisp monochromatic palette Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer. Read Issue Two of Warehouse Home interior design magazine here!

Create drama with a crisp monochromatic palette
Photography by Sun Lee | Styling by Zoe Brewer

I hope you enjoy this launch issue of Warehouse Home as much as we have enjoyed putting it together for you. Warehouse Home is also available in full online, on all major mobile devices, and has been read in over 60 countries worldwide. Welcome to Warehouse Home Issue Two. I hope you enjoy every feature! Don’t forget to stay up to date with the conversation on Twitter and Instagram by sharing and following #WarehouseHomeIssueTwo

(Sophie Bush, Founder & Editor, Warehouse Home)

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