An apartment in Nothing Hill

The owner of this 40s house in Nothing Hill -an entrepreneur and art collector-, contacted the architects of Boundary Space to carry out a comprehensive renovation project.

As you can see in the video below, the house was in a decrepit state, but it had many possibilities.

To the joy of the architects, the owner left them free with only one requirement: to design an amazing and special house. And boy did they get it.

entrance to the kitchen and view of the classic style staircase

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With a contemporary design in a range of neutral tones With metallic finishes and materials such as wood, the interiors are far from the house’s historical past, only reflected in some of the mouldings, or in details such as the marble fireplace in the living room and the staircase handrail.

LOUNGE: ART PROTAGONIST

contemporary design lounge decorated in neutral tones

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contemporary design lounge decorated in neutral tones

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DINING ROOM: THIS LAMP IS A TREASURE!

formal dining room decorated in shades of gray and black with a designer hanging lamp

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contemporary design dining room with table and chairs in black

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KITCHEN: AGED MIRRORS AS A KEY DECO

kitchen with contemporary design office with aged mirrors on the cabinet doors

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kitchen with contemporary design office with aged mirrors on the cabinet doors

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contemporary kitchen with black front and aged mirrors on the cabinet doors

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office with bench and natural fibre lamps
The office was refreshed with three natural fibre ceiling lights and a comfortable bench with cushions.

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ENTERTAINMENT ROOM: WOOD AND COLOR

entertainment room with wooden coffee table and modern wall paintings

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NIGHT ZONE: COMFORT AND LUMINOSITY

Minimalist style bedroom decorated in white with two wooden armchairs

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bathroom decorated in white with bathtub and shower at floor level

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guest bedroom with red headboard

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staircase with handrail from the 1940s painted in black
The staircase railings take us back to the 1940s.

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However, the crown jewel is on the rooftop. It is here that a glass-walled studio that offer spectacular views of the city and the small garden that surrounds the structure.

It is a bright and sunny space, perfect for working in the most absolute intimacy. Take a look!

modern design staircase
The modern staircase leading to the studio contrasts with the others we find in the house.

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rooftop glazed studio with garden

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rooftop glazed office

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desk with wooden table and black leather seats

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desk with wooden table and black leather seats with gold structure

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Project and information: Courtesy of Boundary Space.


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