Hogarth Architects have refashioned the inner vicinity and visibility of a listed apartment on Queen’s Gate Terrace in South Kensington, London. Preserving the notable fire envelops and cornice, efforts have been made to erase the previous partitions and a false ceiling. This has been done by insertion of a two-level timber arrangement equipped with kitchen, bathroom, a mezzanine plus storage. Architect Hamish Herford has given advanced touch to the first floor of the apartment.
The available area is segregated into three rooms but at the same time very beautifully it restores the space back to its original magnitude that was a single room. This latest designer installment is done via a huge piece of furniture that offers a great scope of functionality for man of a town.