The project reconfigures a top floor flat in a Victorian Mansion block in Kensington & Chelsea. A long wall of deep shelving forms the spine of the new flat and utilises an array of pivot and pocket sliding doors concealed within the joinery to control how the spaces open and close on to each other. This allows the living spaces to either flow together or be separated off, depending on if the family want to be connected or engage in individual activities, such as watching a movie or practicing guitar.
A restrained palette in the social living spaces contrasts with the use of more indulgent materials and colours in the bedrooms and bathrooms. Furniture items in the bedrooms have been personalised to each family member’s specification.