Upper Street, N1 £1.95m
Formerly a Victorian school, this unique apartment was designed by award-winning architect Jonathan Clark (designer of Smiths of Smithfields, Lords Cricket media centre and featured in numerous design books). This one-of-a-kind lateral space is airy bright and super impressive.
The Factory, N1 £3.3m
Named after Andy Warhol’s notorious New York loft studio. The Factory, converted by the godfathers of loft living, The Manhattan Loft Corporation. This former Edwardian print-works originally sold in 1998 was one of the first developments in Shoreditch sold as shell apartments.
Ruthvern St, E9 £1,75 m
Privacy, space and peace and quiet in the heart of Victoria Park Village. Uniquely situated at the end private gated entrance is this fantastic 1808 sqft conversion of a former barn. Entering the property you are immediately struck by the vaulted double height ceilings..
Fournier Street, E1 £1500.00 pw
This stunning Georgian Huguenot townhouse, built in 1726, is arranged over five floors and retains a wealth of timeless features. Superbly located on the highly sought after and beautiful Fournier Street
In contrast to the perfect finishes, hi-gloss and super shiny brass that were ubiquitous last year, the next big interiors trends is deconstructed luxe.
For instance, think open ducting and exposed brickwork. Another trait of deconstructed luxe is the use of cement. Plaster finishes and pairing of metals with raw natural materials is very trendy. This first-fix aesthetic combines relaxed rough edges with edgy industrialism.