The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien
The Water Tower // London, Großbritannien

The house of your dreams in a listed tower

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In 2008, Leigh Osborne and Graham Voce bought a water tower in London. They had the 30-metre tall building, which dated back to the 19th century, converted into a very modern, 370-sqm residential building comprising seven floors. The thick-walled structure boasts four bedrooms, a private gym, a large bathroom, a lift and a large rooftop terrace. The living room and kitchen are located inside a large, central glass cube (“The Cube”). Huge windows let unfiltered daylight flood the building. The old water tank on top of the roof has been equipped with panorama windows, allowing for truly spectacular views of London. The ACR Architects firm has transformed the dilapidated water tower into a remarkable residential building.