It would seem that there are buildings that can not be converted into something beautiful. But the rich imagination and professionalism of the London architect Laura Jane Clarke have created a miracle, converting London's one of the worst public toilets into the stylish apartment.
In 2011, Laura bought for £ 65,000 abandoned public toilet near the London underground station Crystal Palace. The works lasted for almost a year and the result became one of the best examples of restoration and transformation of space in the British capital.
The house received new more appropriate name - Rose Cottage. It was sold at auction eight times more expensive than its original cost.
Based on materials of immobiliare.it
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