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Laura Jane Clark, Architect, Transformed Underground Bathrooms Into One Killer Home (PHOTOS)

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Architects have an unusually keen eye for design, but it takes a special type of professional to be able to look at two public bathrooms, and turn them into a stunning apartment.

And that's exactly what architect Laura Jane Clark of Lamp Architects did to design her 600-square-foot England home. After six years of hemming and hawing with authorities, Clark transformed the Crystal Palace's underground loos and created a modern home that's surprisingly filled with a lot of light. It even has a terrace -- there's nothing gross about that.

Click through our slideshow to see the before and after photos, and be sure to head over to Clark's blog. H/T Curbed.

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