Architect Chris Dyson has restored an early Georgian-era townhouse in Spitalfield, London and the result is breathtaking. The main house was built in 1719 but in the 20th-century some ‘renovations’ were made.
Chris Dyson Architects completely rebuild the front facade of the Georgian building to restore it to its former glory. The history of the building is very visible in the living spaces, a soft grey color palette is complimented with old wooden floors and many original details.
This building isn’t just a celebration of period architecture though because it houses also a contemporary, industrial art gallery with a steel-framed glass ceiling. A beautiful combination of old & new design. If you love this home then it’s good to know that it’s now for sale through The Modern House