Curbed writer Asad Sykrett looks at a home remodeling project that transformed a Victorian-era carriage house in Birmingham, England into a home worthy of a writer’s work from home oasis.
British firm Intervention Architecture took the carriage house and created an open floor plan with bricks salvaged from a nearby demolition work to create an arched window and a skylight that showcases the home’s interiors.
Intervention Architecture expanded the back of the house to open up the kitchen with new kitchen fixtures throughout, plus easy access to the backyard in the rear. What resulted was a picturesque, updated Victorian home fit for a modern lifestyle.
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