A large contemporary studio space that required differentiating between living spaces; dining, lounging, cooking and sleeping. 

Bespoke floor to ceiling cupboard wall unit with open shelving and integrated lighting, sub-divided the space and created  much needed storage whilst allowing light to stream into dining room/library.

A large book collection was housed in vintage 1980’s Dexion shelving alongside mid century pieces; 1960’s faceted Danish rosewood cabinet, pieff leather chairs and curvacious Guzzini lamps from the 70s added warmth and style.

The sleeping ‘snug’ , made extra cosy with a mammoth sheepskin carpet floor, was hidden on a mezzanine floor, making use of the double height ceilings. A compact kitchen in Scandinavian plywood, shower room and wardrobe fitted neatly below.