A house in Kensington and Chelsea has become an infamous haunt for architects and designers, as they’ve created designs that are both creepy and beautiful.
The house is one of several houses that have been turned into “villa ghost” versions, and one of the houses has been turned to a “vault of the soul” by an architect.
It’s a design that has been dubbed “the home of the vampyre” by one of Kensington’s architectural critics, according to a report from the Guardian.
The architecture firm Landscape Architecture was responsible for the designs, which have been dubbed the “vampyre house”.
It’s not the first time a house has been used to create a ghost house.
The previous house in the house was the residence of a woman who died in the 1960s, and her son, according a report by the New York Times.
Other ghostly homes have been constructed in recent years, including the Haunted Mansion in Disneyland, and a mansion in the Bahamas, according the New Yorker.
The home has also been used as a hotel.
A similar home was built in the late 1920s by the estate of the artist and socialite Georges Perec, which has since been demolished.
The architect’s son has suggested the architect may have been inspired by his father’s “beautiful” Victorian home, but the house is in the same building as the Perec home.