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Gianni Botsford designed pavilion home hits the market for £5.95m

A modern pavilion home by Gianni Botsford has hit the market in London for £5.95m – and it features a dramatic oculus ceiling.

Built in the place of a 1960s bungalow, the two-bedroom Notting Hill home is more than meets the eye with cavernous subterranean volumes. A spiralling spruce ceiling gives the home a cocoon-like feel while exposed timber and glass lends interiors a modernist bent.

Courtesy Domus Nova

Botsford began designing the pavilion (which neighbours his own home) over a decade ago and has carefully cultivated its interiors spaces, which seamlessly blend styles. ‘Think mid-century California-meets-Japanese luxury chalet’ says listing agent Domus Nova.

Gianni Botsford-designed pavilion home hits the market for £3.475m
Courtesy Domus Nova

The pitched structure is clad in copper shingles which will age over time, bedding the London property into its Japanese zen garden surrounds.

Gianni Botsford-designed pavilion home hits the market for £3.475m
Courtesy Domus Nova

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