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A home in Little Venice - a second try

Another post from last week where photos were not displaying correctly...

The folks over at DOS Architects have completed yet another stellar project in London. This one is located in the 'hood of Little Venice. The glass atrium at the rear of the home housing the dining room is such a beautiful space. I would spend all of my time in there eating, working, having dinner parties and summer barbecues... And the icing on the cake - the large, stunning photograph above the credenza and the Tom Dixon Beat lights taking pride of place above the table. (More of DOS' work here and here)

Reader Comments (4)

Wow - that place gives such a good feeling. I would stay there forever - cooking, reading, enjoying. Forget the world outside, it anyway is included.

18 Mar 2014 | Unregistered CommenterUschi

While a beautiful way to bring an amazing light into your home I would hate trying to keep that exterior clean, oh my

18 Mar 2014 | Unregistered CommenterOrigami

Haha, those Tom Dixon Beat lights always make me think of the men in funny hats from Ferdinand the Bull

18 Mar 2014 | Unregistered Commenteratma

Love this home! Can you tell me who the artist is of the giant photograph in the dining room? It's absolutely stunning.

5 Mar 2016 | Unregistered CommenterKatie

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