London Railway Arches Converted Into Modern Loft Apartments [Pics]

London Railway Arches Converted Into Modern Loft Apartments [Pics]
Design

Old structures given new purpose as space-saving places to live.

Ross Brooks
  • 10 july 2013

The city of London features architecture that is both old and new, often built right on top of each other. As space becomes more of an issue, some firms have started finding new purposes for old structures – railway bridges being a prime example.

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