McLaren Excell

  • Home Tour | Petersfield House by McLaren.Excell

    A previously dark and poorly-planned Victorian house in central Cambridge, UK, is now considered “flowing”, “tactile” and “intimate” by the architect who restored it. 

  • Kitchen Covet | Patinated Metal in the Kitchen

    In this kitchen covet, we enter seven kitchens from around the world that share a reverence for patinated metal.

  • Kitchen Covet | Stainless Steel in the Kitchen

    From Sydney to Seattle, we’re exploring the application of stainless steel in the kitchen through eight standout examples.

  • Best of est | London Heritage Renovations

    Five UK designers, five heritage-listed homes, five new leases on life: here are our favourite London heritage renovations.

  • Best of est | Intuitive Reinvention

    Four Australian architects and designers each pursue an existing home’s renewed potential through adaptive reuse and mindful reinvention.

  • Best of est | Brutalist Style

    We revisit our favourite Brutalist style spaces, each offering a modern interpretation of an industrial-inspired, sculptural, simple and functional aesthetic.

  • Best of est | London Townhouses

    London calling: we reflect on five favourite townhouses that showcase the best of British interior style.

  • Best of est | Barn Conversions

    Forget the typical farmhouse, we’re escaping to the country with five barn conversions from the UK to Italy, designed for modern living.

  • Brick Barn by McLaren Excell

    We venture to a grand estate in the countryside of Southern England to tour a 19th century Brick Barn conversion by London studio McLaren Excell.

  • Best of est | Minimalist Homes

    The ideal design antidote for our always-on modern lifestyle, these minimalist homes demonstrate the art of doing more with less in highly unique ways.

  • Ladbroke Crescent

    This London home by McLaren Excell ticks all the boxes: size-efficient, thoughtfully constructed and effortlessly stylish.

  • Park Corner Barn

    McLaren Excell transform a centuries-old British barn for modern countryside living, giving us some serious home envy.