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This soaring dormer creates a sculptural study space in a new fifth bedroom tucked up in the reworked attic. The same detailing is seen on the homes upper floors as the ground level but while the ground level has wood floors, the upstairs is carpet

This soaring dormer creates a sculptural study space in a new fifth bedroom tucked up in the reworked attic. The same detailing is seen on the homes upper floors as the ground level but while the ground level has wood floors, the upstairs is carpeted for warmth. The renovation is by architects Archer + Wright

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