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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Redchurch Loft Apartment in Shoreditch, London E2 by Studio Verve Architects

 
June 14th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Studio Verve Architects

Located in the heart of Shoreditch, the Redchurch Loft is a mix of nine loft-warehouse-style apartments positioned enviably on Redchurch Street and Old Nichol Street. Studio Verve was commissioned to design the interiors of one of the largest apartments from shell in.

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

  • Architects: Studio Verve Architects
  • Project: Redchurch Loft Apartment
  • Location: Redchurch Lofts,19 Redchurch Street, Shoreditch, London E2
  • Photography: Luke White and Time & Space
  • Client: JCS Developments
  • Builder: Rosguill Developments
  • Concrete walls: Opus Magnum & Mass Concrete
  • Kitchen & Curved bookshelves: Opus Magnum
  • AV and Lighting: Halcyon AV
  • Bathroom fittings: Time & Space
  • Completion: Feb 2014
  • Floor Area: 149.5 sqm
  • Project Team: Vivian Chan, Ula Witkowska

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Conceived as a swirling fluid progression of spaces enclosed by a rich yet subtle palette of materials; a series of cloud ceilings culminate onto a spacious open-plan lounge and kitchen which open out onto the terrace overlooking Redchurch Street. The sheer coldness and solidity of the bespoke pre-cast concrete wall panels contrast beautifully against the warmth of the white oak fin wall and floor cladding and the playful cloud ceilings and diffused pool of lights. The swirls are further accentuated by the curved bespoke bookshelves clad with a suede material.

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

The lighting strategy was conceived integral to the flow of spaces and the materiality- with a linear skirting ambient light providing directional flow whilst ‘floating’ the concrete walls. The concrete walls double up as the curved backdrop against which a white stone bath is set; the sheer height and elegance of the concrete walls evoking a theatrical spatial experience.

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Luke White

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Time & Space

Image Courtesy © Studio Verve Architects

Image Courtesy © Studio Verve Architects

Image Courtesy © Studio Verve Architects

Image Courtesy © Studio Verve Architects

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