Designer: Chan & Eayrs
Loft 2, New Cross Lofts
This exceptional three-bedroom apartment forms part of an elegant contemporary development by designers Chan and Eayrs. Made up of two bespoke loft apartments and two B1 work studios, the building is clad with a herringbone-brickwork exterior that has a striking presence in the heart of New Cross.
Accommodation is on the first-floor, with a large kitchen / dining / living space, a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two further bedrooms and a main bathroom.
The apartments are accessed through a glass-roofed communal entrance with concrete staircase and raw-plastered walls. The front door to this apartment opens onto the main living space, an area flooded with natural light from four large square windows. The windows have fluted glass on the lower half, adding to the feeling of privacy whilst maximising the intake of light.
Each apartment has been designed to an exacting standard, with carefully selected natural colours and materials, and lime-washed oak floors. The kitchens are by British Standard (sister company to Plain English), the bathrooms have honed-marble tiles and the walls and windows are painted in Farrow & Ball and Little Green colours. There is underfloor heating throughout.
New Cross is a thriving area of south-east London with a growing cultural profile that has a number of independent restaurants, bars and cafes, and is home to Goldsmiths University specializing in art and design. It is fast becoming one of South London’s most fashionable areas.
The lofts are very well served by public transport, just a 4-minute walk (approximately) to New Cross station and a 6-minute walk (approximately) to New Cross Gate station, with direct links to Shoreditch (15 minutes approximately) and London Bridge (9 minutes approximately). The A2 provides swift access by road to Kent and the South East.
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Chan & Eayrs
Chan + Eayrs avoid the generic and mass produced approach of many property developers and do not operate within a traditional client-engaged architect or interior designer model. Instead their holistic role is simple, they are artists, and their work Haus Couture. “As artists, we search for our subject and canvas (our acquired sites or property), design a vision for them, and then personally shape them into unique works of art. Art for living in. We call our work Haus-Couture: a play on words and association with Haute-Couture. Despite its non-relation to sewing, like Haute Couture our process is a boutique and labour intensive operation. Every step is carefully choreographed, from selecting the site to choosing the antiques. It is a very passionate and personal process. Our hands-on involvement from inception to fruition, is key to the uncompromising integrity of our work.”