This project creates a distinguished two-storey apartment interior within a converted office building in central London.

The project is an exercise in understated opulence, relying on clean lines and a carefully composed palette of materials to provide a neutral setting for a diverse private art collection.

Back-lit clerestory glazing in the Living Room creates a lantern that acts as a light source by day or by night, avoiding the need to clutter the ceiling with down lights.

Photos by Edmund Sumner

 

 

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