Sunday, 16 September 2007

13 Park Square Mews

If you missed Open House London this year, it's definitely worth saving the date next time. Pretty extraordinary when you think that 600+ buildings open their doors (for free) to the public.

I made it to 13 Park Square Mews - a contemporary 3-story mews house nestled in Regent's Park. It's set admist listed
buildings built by John Nash, and like usual, pictures don't do this 2-bedroom mews home justice. The small space is designed in such a way that it feels spacious and inviting.

Outside, the building is clad
in brick with slatted timber shutters (from inside, the timber shutters allow light to stream through). Living and bedrooms are connected through galleries and glass walls. Finishing touches include volcanic stone, textured leather and steel finishes and the latest intelligent home technology.

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