2924 - Making Hay - an old mews stable and barn becomes a modern pad

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Leading product designer Paul Priestman bought a mews flat in West London to provide home with a home in London during the working week. Priestman pushed out the backwall and inset a wall of glass to bring light in to the main living room. The height of the ground floor is unusual, but was originally made to accommodate a rider on horse back or a carrage . There are also the remains of the forge where horse shoes were made. Priestman and his architect brother devised a scheme that created three rooms upstairs and the sklylights in the roof again bring light in to the old hayloft. writer:vinnylee@btinternet.com

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