A cramped, dark two-bedroom apartment on the top-floor of a listed Georgian building was transformed into a light-filled, open-plan loft that serves as the perfect canvas for the owner’s collection of antique textiles and artefacts.
The ceiling was removed and a skylight installed; and a corridor replaced with sliding doors that separate the sleeping area from the living room to create a more dynamic, flowing space with light oak floors.
Johanna Molineus Architects designed all the bespoke cabinetry and joinery, which includes discreet storage solutions, such as custom-built shoe cabinets at the top of the stairs that double as a balustrade, and an alcove above the kitchen that houses a sleeping space for guests.
JMA creates bespoke interior art-installation design for private collectors, galleries and public institutions to sensitively showcase the artworks without detracting from their unique qualities. We have created installations for antiques, antiquities, rare-book collections, and statuary by Ai Wei Wei, Anthony Gormley, and other internationally respected artists.