A pair of two-bedroom apartments on the first floor of a converted Victorian warehouse. Gallery-like homes where the sculptural use of light, meticulous attention to detail and the uninterrupted flow of space take modern city living up a notch.
On the first floor, industrial features marry effortlessly with contemporary finishes. Bare-brick walls and multipaneled windows next to a string of skylights and high-gloss surfaces. A streamlined kitchen – all integrated appliances and rows of open-shelves – lead into a dramatic reception area, with vast glazing, soaring ceilings and wrought iron radiators. Pared-back tones are amped up by raw materials and organic shapes. There’s room for a formal dining area too.
In one of the lofts, a bedroom can be accessed from the kitchen via the dressing room or directly from the hallway. It’s a restful place to unplug, fitted with wall-to-wall storage and served by a sleek, marble bathroom. The master takes over the gabled mezzanine, soaking in the natural light from the warehouse-style glazing below and thoughtfully placed skylights above. It enjoys a walk-in wardrobe, an en-suite bathroom and access to a shared roof terrace.