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Powerscroft Road
by Daytrip

Jake Curtis

Design studio Daytrip has remodelled, restored and redesigned a five-storey townhouse in London.

Respecting the Victorian charm and features of the original house, the studio sought to maintain a refined, light and calm sensibility in the renovation.

Contemporary inventions to the architecture have been carefully executed with discretion and simplicity; where possible, daylight is promoted through light-wells and openings to the existing shell.

An artful continuity of materials and finishes aid the transition of old and new with pale, painterly lime-washed walls and off-white powder coated metalwork throughout.

The house is furnished with a considered selection of antique, mid-century and contemporary pieces, which adorn the rooms with delicacy and artful refinement.


This project has been longlisted in the house interior category of Dezeen Awards 2020.

Designer: Daytrip
Project: Powerscroft Road
Read more: Daytrip

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