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A small loft above an old print shop. It needed a rethink. Cooking and sleeping were too close to each other. We inverted the bathroom and sleeping area, creating a small corridor leading to the now separate bedroom. The tiny bathroom has daylight from two directions. The wall radiators were replaced with shallow built-in floor convectors. And we finished with a few stone walls, bamboo floors, blues and taupes.
A loft with an unusual shape. The polished concrete floor and the Bulthaup kitchen were already there, but the space needed to be made more intimate. Horizontal wood panelling was added, separating off the work area on one end and the entrance on the other. The planks butt against each other diagonally (inspired by the Neue Museum in Berlin). A salvaged double front door from a Brussels town house was added to the wall.