An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

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Meet Laurel Jane Clark, a talented architect who has transformed an underground public toilet into the home of her dreams.

Here in Pictolic we are excited about this exclusively ambitious and creative project, and we can't wait to share it with you!
 
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An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

1. Laura Clark - English architect, specializing in the re-equipment of residential houses, outbuildings, and new buildings. Laura also creates her own furniture and interior items in collaboration with other artists and designers. She has won several awards for her creative and innovative approach to design and architecture.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

2. Laura first noticed abandoned toilets in 2005 when she moved to London. "I always liked the idea of micro-restoration," he explained. "For me, this is a saving of places with interesting stories that were abandoned and forgotten," she told The Telegraph. When Laura told her friends and family that she plans to turn used public toilets into an apartment with a bedroom, their reaction varied from laughter to horror and criticism, but she didn't force herself to do it.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

3. Toilets were built in 1929 and were used for the last time in the 1980s. Unsurprisingly, it was necessary to carry out a lot of preliminary work, such as demolition and cleaning, in order to turn this abandoned place into a decent construction site.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

4. At first, this place looked ugly and was littered with garbage. Together with the builders and workers, Laura began her long journey to the creation of the cozy home of her dreams.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

5. "In the end, I did most of the work myself, because it was such terrible, hard work that I tried my best to keep people at work," said Laura.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

6. Finally, after several months of hard work and $ 65,000 spent, the project was completed, and that was previously called an abandoned public toilet, turned into a stylish quadruple room.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

7. The pearl of this architectural masterpiece is a bedroom of red-gold color with its own bed with a canopy and a full-size mirror. When you see all this beauty, it is difficult to present yourself with an unpretentious past construction!

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

8. According to the charming bedroom, in this modern house there is everything you need - a living room with bookshelves, which are spread across the apartment, a kitchen with all the necessary equipment, and even a small garden.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

9. This charming bathroom with a golden - yet another example of how a boring and cluttered space can get a second life in the hands of a talented and inventive artist!

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

10. Who knew that the place, which was used before as a public toilet, can become a cozy home! It was determination, optimism, and perseverance that Laura made this incredible transformation possible.

An architect from England turned an abandoned public toilet in the house of his dreams

11. Laura Clark gave a good example to people who have ambitious plans. Even if your goal seems unattainable, and your ideas are not supported by others, do not give up your plan. Continue to achieve your goal, work hard and, in the end, get a well-deserved award!

Keywords: Architect | Public toilet | House | Dreams | Talent | Transformation | Underground | Home | Design | Decoration | Interior design

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