The little black one? Rather the big black one - at least when talking about the "Lost House" from the pen of star architect Sir David Adjaye. And he is not referring to the rather inconspicuous brick façade, but to the dark and noble furnishings: because with 371 square meters of living space, the house built in the London district of "Kings Cross" is anything but small - and not a bit lost. Instead, the accommodation, completed in 2004, offers a unique style in reduced colors and shapes.
On two floors, the retreat in the British capital offers numerous amenities: two bedrooms, an indoor pool plus sauna and its own home cinema. An open-plan kitchen adjoins directly to the entrance area. Between the mainly dark interior, two garden sections and a living area in lilac provide colorful accents. Also colorful: the neon lighting in one of the bedrooms, which is probably the most apt question with regard to the potential (Lost) house purchase: If not now, when?