The Old into The New : 1920’S Penthouse transformed into a modern abode

The Old into The New : 1920’S Penthouse transformed into a modern abode

14 December, 2013  |  Apartment Interior

It’s difficult to believe that this penthouse was built in the 1920’s with its ultra modern interior and immaculate attention to detail, it looks very much the styling of the 21st century. London architect John Pawson has taken this 90 year old penthouse and transformed it into a minimalists dream. This construction boasts large brushed steel windows and tall glass doors that open out onto a roof top balcony. The interior is bright and airy with plenty of natural light beaming through the glass and the white walls and furniture help to bounce this light off to create an almost surreal sight. The plain oak floors give warmth to the rooms whilst adding a delicate texture to the overall interior.

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Apartment in a minimalist style

luxurious minimalism

white interior in minimalist style

dining in a minimalist style

kitchen in the style of minimalism

minimalist home office

minimalist bedroom

bathroom in a minimalist style

wooden floor in the bathroom

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minimalist corridor

roof terrace

table on the terrace

view of the city from the terrace

plan penthouse

Photos courtesy Corcoran

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