Sliding doors and a carefully considered configuration create flexibility, elegance and simplicity in this dual aspect London home.
Natural light, contemporary materials, timber veneers and a bespoke high-specification kitchen provide a refined backdrop for both family life and the client’s personal collection of art and sculpture.
Interior Architecture and design reconfigured to complement the dual aspect apartment and family lifestyle. Curated materials achieve a holistic concept to complement this piece of architecture. Design details and configuration present a warm welcome with a clear direction of navigation through the apartment. Opportunity for the client’s art and sculpture were of key importance to ensure this home reflected their personal influence.
The intelligent use of space achieves a clear route of navigation to the family and entertaining spaces whilst allowing the privacy of bedrooms to be more private. A double set of sliding doors behind the kitchen worktop allows natural light and dual aspect of the home to be retained and respected.
Modern materials with straight-grained timber veneers create a contemporary aesthetic in-line with the progressive and high-end specification of kitchen equipment from Miele.