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Barbara Weiss Architects

Barbara Weiss Architects

London, United Kingdom

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Barbara Weiss Architects - HOUSE IN WESTMINSTER

Barbara Weiss Architects

A 1927 building in the heart of Westminster, has found a new purpose as a bright and modern upside down family home.

 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



Westminster House

Westminster House 



BWA completed its most adventurous residential project to date. Located in a totally urban location, in the heart of Westminster, this 1927 building (originally an old pub, then used for many years as an office building), has found a new purpose as a bright and modern upside down family home, with open plan living quarters clustered around a roof terrace. The section through the building has allowed for double height spaces and hidden staircases.