For this great-looking renovation of a former factory, seen on Dezeen this morning, I can use the exclamation that has been in my family for at least 2 generations, "There is nothing to dislike about it!".
The firm Three Fold Architects reinvented The Apprentice Store, which was an ancillary building to the adjacent DeMontalt Mill near Bath, England, which had been added to over 200 years evolving into 4 conjoined buildings, into a home.
There really nothing I don't like about this. The materials are so well mixed and considered, there's really nothing harsh or brutal that belies its former incarnation. Jump over to Dezeen and read it there. – GF
(the bottom photo doesn't really explain anything about the building, but I just love it!)