Open-plan living space, green terraces and an interior layout that maintains the 1950’s ideal of creating harmony between people and their surroundings, while adding a contemporary design edge.
The centralised corridor is painted a dark tone to create heightened contrast between the spaces.
Hillcrest’s transformed interior combines contemporary grey tones, high quality timber and stone finishes with lateral modernist living. Further contemporary details include bespoke joinery and furniture pieces, such as a brass and marble kitchen island on casters and an oversized rusted metal antique mirror.
Detailed view of the brass casters specified for the bespoke marble kitchen island
The connection between the interior and exterior is most intimate here as the bathtub is set directly against the terrace. Tenants can bathe under an uninterrupted sky oblivious to busy streets below.
In the master bedroom, double doors open up to reveal the bathroom
Desk space set within the kitchen joinery
Bespoke kitchen joinery with a marble work top and storage units underneath