Despite its modern aesthetics, this contemporary English home was actually built in the 1960. Recently, Dyer Grimes Architects was hired to help modernize the space. The second floor seems to be sliding off, as it juts outward in a teetering manner. Next to the in-ground pool is a platform deck, free of railings, grills and furnishings. Inside, there are wide areas of space, interrupted by the occasional couch, column or countertop. Orange leather couches counter the dark tiles. The kitchen and living room take on a matchbox like arrangement, as you cannot travel from one without going through the other. The bedroom on the upper level receives a continuous flow of light from the large windows.