Two flats in central London have been joined and remodeled into a single horizontal home with space for the display of art.
Large sliding teak walls conceal storage and add layers of wall space for the display of art. Fibre optic and concealed light sources are used throughout.
Detail of a recessed handle in a teak sliding door
In the Study artwork is hung on a large mirrored slider which moves to provide access to books. The mirror brings light and views into the room.
Detail of the brass handle and frame to the mirrored slider in the Study
Sitting and Dining Areas
A brass plinth displays artwork and conceals an existing up-stand structural beam. The reflective surface of the plinth brings light into the depth of the flat and links the entry space to the main living area.
A concealed, fire-rated sliding door and a cantilevered kitchen work top allow the kitchen to open onto the main living area.
The Master Dressing Room cupboards are concealed behind large sliding mirrors
View from the Master Bathroom into the Master Bedroom
View from the Guest Bedroom back to the Entry Hall
Mirrored sliding door, sink, and bath surround to the guest bathroom