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Post-loft light

Stiff and Trevillion's conversion of a 1950s industrial building in Borough into a live/work apartment for client, Keith Wainwright, is an ambitious remodelling of the original property. Back in the late 70s Wainwright, proprietor of Smile hairdressing salon on the King's Road, commissioned Ben Kelly to design the salon, which was then frequented by the great and the good of London's hip scene - Bryan Ferry being one of its regulars. In the early 80s, Wainwright formed a creative live/work ...

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