This monumental manufacturing facility conversion performs with dimension within the London borough of Rotherhithe

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Factory conversions are coveted for their expansive volume and gritty industrial aesthetic – two things that are being used to maximum effect in this London property in Rotherhithe.

Located on aptly named Brunel Road, the Rotherhithe building has been fully integrated into its loft-like interior, which is adorned with floating steel stairs, polished concrete floor, and painted pillars.

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

The rooms are divided on three levels by glass doors with metal frames and flooded with natural light thanks to the frosted glazing and the huge windows of the building.

Underfloor heating and a suspended wood stove in the studio keep the house warm, and the property – with The Modern House for £ 4.5m – has a total of 5,110 square meters of living space. Amenities include a nine-seat movie theater, views of the Thames (a few hundred feet away), five bedrooms, and a leafy rooftop garden.

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The ground floor of Brunel Road can be divided into two independent sections so that it can be used as a standalone apartment if necessary. The building can also be used as an office space with a studio and a kitchen on the top floor, which also has access to the private terrace with a view over the water.

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

Photography: The modern house

The converted chewing gum factory can be rented in South London