The famous Ross Lovegrove home and studio are now on the market and open towards the general public, since the designer is selling the property, estimated at £12 million (USD 18.5 million). Located in the now posh London neighborhood Powis Mews, the former steel factory has been transformed into a home and workspace by the designer, alongside with his wife, Miska Miller.
Constrasting with the traditional London architecture surrounding it, the modernist four storey space is decorated in an eclectic, experimental manner, true to the Lovegrove ideology. While the studio is located at ground and basement levels, it is connected to the rest of the house through the infamous DNA Staircase created by the designer himself. Other unique features the house holds include the honeycombed fiberglass aircraft flooring, carbon-fiber sinks and the 2 and a half meters high sliding doors.
The spatious and light filled home is organized with bedrooms and the central floor and living areas at the top levels, hosting three bedrooms, an ample living space and a roof terrace/garden. The 5,000 sq ft building is a testament to the genius of the design of Ross Lovegrove. Interested buyers can now visit the famous house by booking an appointment via Domus Nova.