Butterfly House gets a feature on the most influential design blog Dezeen, words by Natasha Levy.

[Extract] Australian studio Biasol has dotted teal-coloured fixtures and furnishings throughout this London townhouse to brighten its previously dark interiors.

Butterfly House – which has been named after its V-shaped, wing-like roof – is situated in east London, a short distance away from a host of galleries and independent boutiques. Measuring 90 square-metres, the home’s interiors had formerly played host to a network of small, cramped rooms that had little access to natural light.

It now has several bright, colour-splashed rooms designed by Melbourne-based studio Biasol, who were approached by the young couple who own the home to “breathe new life” into its living spaces ahead of them starting a family.

View the full feature here.