It might be difficult to believe that it is possible to make a spacious flat out of a single room ten meters by five but that was what was achieved with this first floor shell.
A thin strip was partitioned off one side with sandblasted glass, to provide an entrance lobby, a shower room and a walk in wardrobe above which is a double sleeping recess. A stainless steel faced kitchen was formed at one end of the room and a mirror clad study at the other to increase the apparent length of the space.
The translucent wall between the service strip and living area gives a mysterious feeling of space while the adjacent wall with windows onto the terrace provides access to the planted terrace and enables light to fill the room. It may be small but it is in central Soho and makes a beautiful, if small, home for two young professionals.