This four-storey Victorian terrace in east London has a utility room, larder and WC in the basement, and a living room and open-plan kitchen-diner on the ground floor. On the first floor there’s a library, two bedrooms and a bathroom, and the top floor has a master suite and a mezzanine dressing room.
The long lit shelf helps to connect this room with the kitchen, continuing on from the run of units. Little niches have been created throughout the house to display unusual and quirky artwork. Each alcove has soft, slightly off-kilter edges to give a more organic feel and is lit using energy-saving LED bulbs.
The metallic bath weighs approximately 190kg and makes a dramatic statement in this contemporary bathroom.
The Water Monopoly