• Inside a designer's Waterloo home - a minimalist's dream

    5 days ago - By The Guardian

    The home of the designer Michael Anastassiades is a place for reflection The place was a dump,” says Michael Anastassiades of his now pristine five-storey home on Lower Marsh in Waterloo. “There wasn't even a bathroom.” Built in the 1800s as a merchant's house, it most recently accommodated a fashion store and had been uninhabited for decades when he moved in. Now, 20 years on, the property has slowly evolved into an elegant, airy home that serves as canvas for the Cyprus-born lighting and furniture designer's unequivocally modernist tastes. “Right from the beginning there was no finished...
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