Clerkenwell Cooperage: A London Brewery Conversion by Chris Dyson Architects

Industrial past meest modern day living in this spectacular London home in the Clerkenwell Green Conservation Area. This RIBA award winning home has been converted from a 1900s brewery to an architectural masterpiece by Chris Dyson Architects (click here for another Chris Dyson home). The home is a whopping 4000sq. feet located on 5 levels that also includes a green roof terrace.

Concrete, black steel and exposed brick give it a beautful industrial look, with modern design pieces to bring this old brewery into the 21st-century and creating a luxurious home. The living area can only be described as spectacular with high ceilings, exposed brickwork and a plant wall. And in the middle of all that rises the steel staircase connecting the living space with the stories above.

On the frist floor you’ll find the bedrooms that haven been given a warmer touch by adding a wooden floor made from reclaimed French oak. the roof terrace on the third level has been designed by Adolfo Harrison Gardens and includes a covered kitchen and BBQ area, counter seating, outdoor shower and WC. If you fancy this home, you can now buy it (for £7.25 milion) at The Modern House.

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