Diana first discovered this house back in the 1970s and has been renting it with friends for a long time. The house changed hands many times, but eventually the Miller couple took over. So, after three decades, Diana became the rightful owner. And, given free rein, she immediately set about renovating her cottage.
In this corner of Holland Park, the traditional SoHo vibe of the creative professions –architects, designers and artists is still very much alive and well. So it's no surprise that Diana's neighbor at this time was John Pawson, a designer known for his minimalist style. Of course Diana turned to him for help with her ideas, as she has visited him many times and has already had the opportunity to appreciate his projects.
John's style is incredibly simple, but the proportions and light speak volumes. In fact, being in this house really makes you feel free. In addition, the interior is very functional, which fully meets the needs of the Miller family.
The renovation project is designed in a traditional London style. At the same time it's very flexible and blends perfectly with modern trends. An elegant office at the back of the living room can be easily hidden by paraphernalia, while a light-filled photo studio overlooking the small garden neighbors the open kitchen. So it's very easy to switch from one job to the next in the house. The total area is 195.7 2 and includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, studio, office, walk-in closet, three bedrooms and two bathrooms. There's also a wonderful garden in front of the house, and the rear façade overlooks a charming courtyard.