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Situated in a double ground floor unit within the listed Granary Building in Kings Cross, Fraher have completed this project in collaboration with Spiritland.
Spiritland is a new music brand founded in London, built around excellence in culture, curation and listening. A unique hi-fidelity, hand-built sound system delivers an unparalleled audio experience with a cultural and musical programme to match. Spiritland re-frames the bar and listening experience, delivering drinking, dining, socializing and musical enjoyment in a relaxed setting.
The apartment had not ben touched since the 1970’s, with green shag-pile carpets throughout – even in the bathroom, a sunken bath and flock wallpaper. The flat was devoid of period detail and felt undersized and heavy. Our brief was to modernise the apartment, open it up and make it feel light, and put the period detail back where appropriate.
This light-filled passive solar house uses minimal energy, using innovative construction methods to harness the heat of the sun. Designed for a family of four, the house is a re-interpretation of the suburban villa house.