Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower: Comfortable for Living...

Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower is a city landmark which located in Northwest London, England, United Kingdom. This water tower was built in 1877 by Fowler and Hill. They both are part from Lambeth Workhouse and Infirmary, known as Lambeth Hospitals back then. Leigh Osbourne and Graham Voce bought the building and renovate turn into house by discard the water tank on the rooftop. Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower: Turn into another Building Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower becomes one of the most admired houses after renovated. The water tower was removed and changes into bedrooms. The bedrooms have 360 degree of London sight. The building still remains the original base foundation with cube shape. The cube shape building designed with glass wall. This part is consisting of two stairs and two rooms: the living room and dining room. The house was added with an elevator. Each room has its unique and luminous style. Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower: The Details of the House Striking Venetian-Gothic Water Tower has 4 bedrooms. Each bedroom have different theme. The first design is light blue color room. The bed uses the sky blue bedcover and the wall has well zigzag stripped blue painted. The wall interior is added with goat horn with canvas for the base. Two others bedroom use brown main color but with different look. The one has brown gradation color for bedcover. The latter use brown stripped painting for the wall. Overall designs are modern, minimalist and contemporary. The patio is design with modern art wood benches and table set. The stairs have different design also. The one decorated with brown lined rug and the other use fine wood furnish floor. The toilets and bathrooms have special design. The one has white basic color combine with concrete bathtub....

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