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.
The design of the apartment helps making the space feel much larger than it actually is
The apartment comes with a practical and space-saving wall bed (also known as a Murphy bed).
The wall bed in open position
The oak kitchen is small but functional
There’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.
The shower room has a similar design to the kitchen: oak wood and lime coloured details.
The shower cabin is equipped with a space-saving sliding door.
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Photos courtesy of The Modern House