Apartment S

Two large internal blocks orchestrate this office-to-residential conversion, zoning the apartment into three well-defined areas, as well as co-ordinating its indirect lighting, and providing a generous amount of storage space. Both units are fitted with sliding doors which neatly counterpoint the horizontality of the block design.

The scheme's south facing glazing orientates the layout. A glass balcony, set off from the main living area, provides the necessary inside-outside dynamic, while the internal bathroom is detailed with a large glazed aperture that offers impressive views of the building’s garden. The quality of light and legibility of circulation together with the solid oak flooring create a sophisticated ambience throughout.