Dezeen Agenda features renovated brutalist townhouse in London

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The latest edition of our weekly Dezeen Agenda newsletter features the renovation of a 1960s townhouse in LondonSubscribe to Dezeen Agenda now.

Architecture practice Pricegore has restored a modernist townhouse in Chelsea, London. The studio converted the four-storey house into a three-bedroom home.

Pricegore aimed to improve the existing home by creating larger and more flexible living spaces, all while keeping the building’s brutalist ideals intact with exposed material finishes.

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This week’s newsletter also featured Nike’s unveiling of its latest running super shoe, Alphafly 3, Neom’s plans for a hexagonal-pillar hotel on the Gulf of Aqaba and a boutique store in Amsterdam with a “wave-like” facade by Dutch architecture practice Studio RAP.

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