Welcome to our gallery featuring the Holland Park Avenue home by DOS Architects.
This bright and beautiful home interior was a labor of love for the team at DOS Architects.
The project aimed to update a 4 story, 500 square meter Georgian house while retaining its original quirkiness.
The renovation completely transformed the home, adding a host of modern features and conveniences, resulting in a perfect family home. The rooms are filled with the latest creature comforts and furnishings.
As much as the redesign went toward practical features, it also allowed the home to become the ideal backdrop for the clients’ spectacular art collection.
Serendipitously, the home was originally built by a renowned artist who made natural light a central focus of the design. The remodel job included new elements of artificial light that complemented and enhanced the natural light present.
The project left the original exterior of the home untouched, but many structural elements within were changed and enhanced. This includes altering the interior ceiling heights and updating the layout throughout.
Technology elements, including utilities, were all updated.
On the top floor, the artist’s studio has been transformed into a primary bedroom, featuring full height vaulted windows with views down into the garden below.
With the renovations completed, the home now complements the owners’ art collection and personal decor perfectly.
Photography: DOS Architects / Carlo Carissio
Here’s a look at the bright and detailed living room area, with double height windows and boldly colored furniture choices. The rich hardwood flooring is complemented by large area rugs and sleek white walls.
The raised ceilings really help give the interior a vast, open look, with plentiful natural light cascading throughout. The large white walls serve as the perfect backdrop for large and varied art pieces.
The kitchen area is more subdued, with a large natural wood table at center and cowhide armchairs to the side. Between large glass openings to the patio, we see more art pieces.
Moving outside, we see a fully fleshed out patio space with its own dining set and intricate sconce lighting. This closed off outdoor space allows for private dining under the sky.
The art studio was transformed into this bold primary bedroom, with bright purple bed frame, throwback style leather armchair, and even more art prints surrounding.
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