We present you a successful example of Apartment renovation from Great Britain – a penthouse in the old building in the heart of London has been transformed into a modern apartment with an open plan.
Apartment renovation – use the conditions of the terrain
Sometimes even desirable living spaces in the city center have a poor distribution of space – such is the example with this London apartment, which was originally divided into several dark and narrow rooms. But the owners – a family from Southeast Asia – have decided to change this and the renowned architects’ office VW + BS charged with the task of Apartment renovation perform. The talented architects have designed several multifunctional spaces that can accommodate both homeowners on a work trip and their friends on vacation. The terrace and the French windows have been renovated. A bedroom and cabinet on the second floor were also furnished. The spacious living area on the basement consists of a kitchen with dining area and a cozy sitting area. If necessary, the kitchen can be separated from the living room by a room divider.
Modern apartment renovation completely transforms a penthouse
Several room dividers separate the room in several areas – in this way all family members can enjoy their free time together and still enjoy their private area. The furnishings are purposefully kept simple – the oak flooring and wall cladding create a cozy atmosphere. Puristic and multifunctional pieces of furniture in neutral colors add to the overall picture. It’s a very successful one Apartment renovation, which makes sensible use of the available space.
Comfortable dining area for the family and their guests
The open living area
The French windows and the terrace have been restored
Fitted kitchen made of wood
Subtle lighting and clear lines define the space
The apartment was divided into two floors
Neutral color scheme in the living room
Screens and room dividers
Bedroom with desk
Wooden stairs lead to the sleeping area
The guest room is also practically furnished
Wooden door separates the living area from the private area
Blueprint from the second floor
Construction plan of the first floor and room distribution