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Architect Visit: London Light Show

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Architect Visit: London Light Show

June 16, 2008

The year we lived in London, I used to admire the ingenious way the Brits captured light in their living spaces. UK architects and designers are brilliant with skylights, accordion doors, lightwells, strategically placed windows, and they’re fearless about tacking on modernist glass kitchens to historic terrace houses.

Below: A trio of kitchen and dining spaces by Found Associates.


Below: An indoor/outdoor space from the Shoot Factory.


Below: A kitchen addition by 6a Architects in South London.


Below: A light-filled space by Domane.


Below: A collection of kitchen and dining spaces from Light Locations.

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