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Remodeled 1930s Bauhaus Bungalow in a Stylish Contemporary Home

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House in Hamble-Le-Rice is a complete renovation and extension project completed by La Hally Architect. The Bauhaus bungalow sits on the edge of the River Hamble, Hampshire, and is a part of Crowsport Estate, a 1930s property commissioned by Sir Thomas Lipton ( founder of the Lipton Tea brand)

Description by La Hally Architect: We were introduced to this Bauhaus property when it was in a poor state of repair, and were employed by our Clients to overhaul and modernise the building.

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We have designed a modern open plan dwelling with large decked roof for entertaining. The building captures the views of the close-by marina, yet maintains privacy with a closed off courtyard close to the enlarged kitchen.

Architect: La Hally Architect
Photographer: Simon Maxwell

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