As its name suggests, the apartment is located in Marylebone, a chic residential area in London’s West end, filled with indie boutiques, smart restaurants, and gorgeous historic buildings. The unit itself is situated in a period building, one that has been rebuilt following a bomb damage during the war.
The brief was to give this 75 sqm apartment a full refurbishment, from an inefficient one bedroom layout into a generous open plan space with two double bedrooms, each with ensuite facilities. The architects elegantly partitioned the bedrooms behind a full height timber profiled screen to allow a consolidated street-facing living space running the full length of the apartment. To maximize every square inch of the property’s modest footprint, the wall also incorporates all storage requirements, including kitchen appliances and hanging cupboards.
From the beautifully detailed Douglas Fir timber, through to the dark microcement finishes in the ensuites, the project maintains a seamless and high visual appeal throughout.