Using design cues and tapping into contemporary sensibilities, architecture studio Proctor and Shaw is able to transform this early 20th-century abode into a stylish London apartment. For the project, the firm used a combination of elements and design decisions that push the minimalist agenda. For one, the color palette is strikingly subtle. Throughout the space, one is met with natural tonalities that are described as "ceramic-inspired hues." Capitalizing on this ethereal and simple aesthetic, Proctor and Shaw deliberately adds an attention-captivating feature which produces a nice and delicate juxtaposition.
The stylish London apartment is divided by an elegant grooved wooden wall. The full-height partition is designed with the notion of separating the space into "living and sleeping quarters" which is a popular approach in contemporary interior configurations.
Photo Credits: Ståle Eriksen