Inside Out Architecture renovated an apartment in the Clerkenwell section of central London, removing interior walls to create an open, loft-like living space.
Johanna Molineus, a Washington, D.C.–born architect, remade a 678-square-foot central London apartment so it can comfortably accommodate guests and parties. Not many London houses boast enough space for a dining table for eight, to say nothing of a top-floor apartment that overlooks one of the English capital’s oldest and finest garden squares and some of its most expensive real estate.
Architects Silvia Ullmayer and Allan Sylvester worked with joiner Roger Hynam to reinvent an apartment for metalworker Simone ten Hompel. To make the most of the small footprint, they opted to remove all the internal walls and knock through the ceiling.
Cantilevered over a brick mews house in central London, this live/work expansion of the offices of Michael Trentham Architects functions as studio space Monday through Friday, and exclusively as housing on the weekends.
Through an extension to an existing flat, Fraher Architects gave their client, who runs several fast-paced restaurants, a no-fuss cooking space where she could relax and socialize in the off hours with friends.