Houzz UK Contributor takes us through this 1798 home in central London that was designed by the architect brothers Robert and John Adam. The home is not only chock full of living history (it suffered a bomb damage in World War II), but its antique aesthetics allowed for it to be a working playground for designers.

In its last state, the house served as a hospital, filled with medical equipment, linoleum on the floor, and much of the space divided into cubicles.

Take a look at this stunning new redesign and learn how this hospital became the home for two professional Londoners with modern fixtures, all while highlighting the building’s history.

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