This was a beautiful interior re-model of a fourth-floor apartment in Battersea, London, overlooking the River Thames. The layout and size of the existing apartment was set over 1800 sq. ft. offering a large open-plan living area and two to three large bedrooms.
Although the space was vast it lacked clarity and thought on how it was used and the interior finish had become dated.
The scheme has been with BESPRAK since late 2013 and many schemes were put forward for consideration. Some more controversial and thought-provoking than others, however a modest re-fit took precedent.
The project was completed in 2015 within a staggering 5 week time-frame and offered two bedrooms, both with en-suites, and a further occasional bedroom. The main entertainment space was opened up and actually turned around 180 degrees to capitalise the views, and for the first time allowing the master bedroom to do the same.
The main backdrop of the apartment was kept white but fixed colours were introduced via flooring and feature walls throughout to offer warmth and visual interest.
Simple design techniques were introduced – floating walls with no skirting boards, flush doors and a very clever use of internal storage set within walls all offered a calm, relaxing space.