Royal institute of british architects award
Unique architecture has always attracted attention and impresses imagination. Unusual houses have a certain charm. One of them is the house that use water tower to be created as a beautiful occupancy. Designed by Ellis Williams Architects, Lymm Water Tower House won the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) award. A 130-year-old water tower in Cheshire, England’s countryside serves as the basis for the design. The house has an elegant exterior and luxury exterior as you can judge from the photos below. It contains a number of chic living spaces, the sixth-floor rooftop garden, a hot tub, sound system, a seating area, ambient lighting and the double-height master bedroom with a mezzanine bathroom. Good and inspiring work.
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