Live In A Renovated Water Tower Complete With Bedrooms & Kitchen [Pics]

Live In A Renovated Water Tower Complete With Bedrooms & Kitchen [Pics]
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Tom Dixon converts a 5000-gallon tank into a modern home.

Yi Chen
  • 23 july 2012

Well-known industrial designer, Tom Dixon, purchased an unused water tower in 2005 with plans to turn it into a unique home. Construction for the 5000-gallon water tank in London began in 2009, and three floors of the living space have already been built. The home includes three bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom, reception room, and a roof terrace.

Small windows were cut into the walls to bring in more natural light from all sides of the house. Dixon also plans to replace the existing spiral staircase with an elevator, and will install a ‘heat exchange’ system that uses natural resources from the Grand Union Canal to heat and cool the building.

Currently, you can rent a bedroom with a kitchenette and bathroom for $209 per night, or $1289 per week. Dixon hopes to add another two stories to the current structure.

Click through the thumbnails below to see more images of the innovative structure:

Tom Dixon

Photos courtesy of Airbnb



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