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Anorak | Crystal Palace underground toilets are now a compact and bijou home (photo)

Crystal Palace underground toilets are now a compact and bijou home (photo)

by | 24th, July 2013

ARCHITECT Laura Jane Clark has transformed these ancient Crystal Palace Parade underground toilets (built: 1929; closed in the 1980s) into a 600 square foot home.

She bought he lavs for £20,000, invested £65,000 and now owns an underground home that boasts a few original fixtures and fittings, notably the public health warning sign for VD.

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bathroom completed

external complete

External - Elevation lr copy

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bedroom completed

Spotter: Laura Jane Clark and Lampard Architectsvia Curbed



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