Via Maggio, Interior renovationContemporary Living Room, London

The Study Area and the Living Room of this apartment are separated by a monolithic plaster element which houses a tv unit n one side and bookshelves on the other, both suspended over a bio ethanol fireplace

Large contemporary open plan living room in London with a reading nook, white walls and dark hardwood flooring. —  Houzz
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Gabrielle Orcutt added this to Ask an Expert: How Do I Hire an Architect?29 October 2014

Do different architects work in different styles?In short, yes. As with anyone working in a creative industry, architects often favour certain styles and techniques, from super contemporary right through to highly traditional. So it’s a good idea to check your design preferences align with those of your shortlisted architects at the research stage. ‘It’s absolutely a fair process to approach more than one professional,’ says Francesco Pierazzi. ‘Come and meet me more than once, and if you don’t like the things I do, then perhaps I can recommend someone else who is more suited to your style.’ To get a real feel for the work and style of your architect, consider asking to visit a previous project. ‘I’ve had potential clients who asked to visit previous projects, rather than just look at pictures, to get a proper feel for the space,’ says Francesco. ‘Many former clients will be delighted to show you their homes, too!’Be inspired by this beautifully contemporary Cornwall home

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