A loft apartment in a former factory in London was designed by New Zealand-born architect William Tozer. Tozer’s design preserves much of the building’s industrial origins, leaving the raw concrete ceiling exposed throughout the building.
The top floor holds the Chiavellis’ bedroom suite, with a dressing room and built-in spa. “The farmers dried their crops up here,” says Chiavelli. “We knew right away this was the spot that we wanted to have our own room.” Photo by Helenio Barbetta.
Giant Windows in Living Room with mis-matched sofas, traditional paneling, high ceilings, tiered sconces and low-hanging chandelier - Oubaai Golf Estate Home by Julian and Trevyn McGowan in House and Leisure