Studio apartment boasts angled oak kitchen and shower unit that maximizes the feeling of space     

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This stunning studio apartment that is located in the heart of Soho, London, originally had a separate bedroom, but architect John Nordon chose to open it up to maximize the feeling of space. A handmade oak unit has been set into the room at an angle, containing the kitchen units on one side and concealing a shower room on the other. There is a fold-down bed, and a wall of storage with sliding doors. A poured resin floor runs throughout the space. You find the toilet in a small separate room.

The apartment has previously been let out for short stays by the current owner but it is now on the market, so if you got £599,950 (that’s about $790,000), burning a hole in your pocket, you can lease it for approx. 157 years.

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-1The design of the apartment helps making the space feel much larger than it actually is

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-2smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-3The apartment  comes with a practical and space-saving wall bed (also known as a Murphy bed).

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-4The wall bed in open position

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-5The oak kitchen is small but functional

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-6smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-7smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-8There’s no door separating the shower room from the rest of the apartment. This feature helps keep the apartment open and airy but may not be a solution to everyone’s liking.

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-9The shower room has a similar design to the kitchen: oak wood and lime coloured details.

smart-studio-apartment-modern-house-11The shower cabin is equipped with a space-saving sliding door.

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Find more info on the apartment here

Photos courtesy of The Modern House