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This two-bedroom garden apartment (approx. 1,018 sq ft) forms part of an exemplary new eco development by the Swiss architects Jaccaud Zein and RIBA Award-winning developers Solidspace.
It employs Solidspace’s trademark ‘split section’, which uses half levels to create exciting interior spaces with outstanding levels of natural light. The key social areas – for eating, living and working – feel connected but semi-private at the same time. This design not only creates volume, it also eradicates the traditional areas of wasted space.
The apartment is arranged over four half levels, and has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study space and a sunken reception room with glazed doors onto a private garden. It has two means of access, providing flexibility for the second bedroom and bathroom to be used a separate unit.
High-quality materials have been used throughout, including solid sawn-oak flooring, plaster walls polished with beeswax, and solid walnut handrails. A palette of muted tones creates a refined and restful atmosphere. The elegant exterior of the building combines Belgian brick with solid brass detailing. It has been designed with sustainability in mind, with triple-glazed windows and photovoltaic panels.
This project comprises three houses in a terrace opposite a park on Shepherdess Walk, and five split-level apartments in an adjacent building along Wenlock Street. Shepherdess Walk provides a link between City Road and the Regent’s Canal, and is favourably located a short distance from both Angel and Old Street underground stations (Northern Line). It is conveniently placed for access to the City. The shops, bars and restaurants of Islington, Shoreditch, Hoxton and Clerkenwell are within easy reach.
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