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A traditional London family house has been re-furbished in line with a more modern lifestyle.
The kitchen (once constrained in a narrow layout) has been united to the dining and the new open plan living areas have been opened to the garden.
A foldable glass wall is the only separation between inside and outside.
A polished concrete kitchen counter links the indoor with the outdoor.
A mobile island can be wheeled around and also configured as a long rectangle or as a square to serve or prepare food but also as a cocktails party base.
The same timber floor, made of large boards going from wall to wall, defines a small patio before creating the steps to the garden that are also used as informal seating.
The unused loft has been turned into a luxury bathroom, winner of the Design of the Year 2009.
Contemporary people should deserve open spaces and an enhanced inside-outside relationship that can match lifestyles very different from Victorian ones.