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Primrose Hill House

Charged with maximizing the floor area and natural light of an existing mews, the Primrose Hill House uses its black and white palette to provide a suitably modern backdrop for the owners' carefully chosen furnishings. The home is centered around the open living space on the second floor, which is also home to a private terrace and the kitchen. The master suite and a secondary bedroom occupy the first floor, while the entry floor is home to a shower, another bedroom, and a study that opens onto the street via large carriage doors.

Photos: Threefold Architects

  • Mirror Mirror Roof House

    Sitting above the rooftops in The Netherlands, the Mirror Mirror Roof House puts all other tree houses to shame. Like its name implies, the cubed roof extension is clad in a mirrored glass, reflecting the landscape around it and making it almost disappear into the background. The double-height interior is completely sheathed in sheets of natural pinewood, housing an office and a floating steel bedroom. Large openings on every wall not only allow in plenty of sunlight but also provide continuous views of the surround treetops. Not too shabby for a 12-year-old boy.

  • Leiden Schoolhouse Conversion

    Originally built in 1925, the Leiden Schoolhouse Conversion turns a former school for infants into an impressive residential space. Each area was transformed to hold a new function — a prior classroom is now three bedrooms and the former gym has been transformed into a kitchen, dining, and living area — while much of the structure's historic charm was kept intact through the existing tile, doors, skylights, and wooden rafters. On the exterior, what was once a playground is now a courtyard with a sheltered sunken sitting area to enjoy outdoor dining and conversations.

    Photos: Brigitte Kroone / Atelier Space

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