Michaelides Apartment London 1998–

Our ascetic client found a monumental industrial interior with an insitu concrete soffit, heavy concrete downstand beams and columns and exposed brick perimeter walls. He sought a minimal intervention that would enable him to live in the space. Two concrete walls organise the interior, concealing a shower room and store. The precast planks are laid stretcher bond in the same manner as the brickwork perimeter and the new ply floor.

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    Apartment Interior


  • Area: 175m2
  • Form of contract: Traditional
  • Client: Private
  • Structural Engineer: Peter Dann


  • Sarah Gaventa, ‘Casting Vote’, in: Building Design (29 September 2000), pp.14–17
  • ‘Kontext Materialu a Pameti’, in: Forum (April 2001), pp.20–25
  • Susan Yelavich, Contemporary World Interiors (Phaidon, 2007), pp.112–113
  • David Bennett, ‘Loft Inspired Ideas’, in: Concrete Elegance Four (February 2009), pp.51–54
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