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This monochrome scheme was designed specifically to compliment a minimal contemporary interior style with the original features found in a classic Georgian London terrace. The use of contrast was extended to the furnishings, with the natural textures of the structured sofa and cotton rug juxtaposed with the clean lines of the contemporary chandelier and designer accessories.
The scheme involved the ‘upcycling’ of a 1960s house which was in a poor state of repair, remodelling the internal arrangement of the house, reinsulating the envelope, and re-articulating its strong external forms with a reflective stainless-steel cladding. This created a stronger connection with the beautiful surroundings both internally and externally.
Studio HE was commissioned by a private client to completely refurbish their newly-purchased 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom property, on sought-after Bermondsey Street, London.
The client's brief was to have a second home with a wow factor, and a strong emphasis on colour. The space needed to accommodate a flexible work space, plenty of storage and to be able to grow with the family over time.
The original property was a rabbit warren of doors all leading from a generously proportioned entryway with no natural light on three sides of the property....
The existing building was in a very sorry state. The front façade had become detached from the building. The roof was leaking and there was a large lift in the middle of the house. The building had not been touched for 30 years, it needed a lot of work.
The existing staircase sat in the middle of the building and dominated the plan. The rear bedrooms were all accessed from the half landings. What was a sizeable house felt small and pokey. We took the decision to relocate the staircase to...