This boutique top-floor warehouse apartment with a close-up view of The Gherkin, makes the perfect city home, bolthole or rental investment.
The primary space is open-plan with the south-facing wrap-around windows, including original warehouse doors to a Juliet balcony, bringing in lots of light and providing great views of the surrounding skyline.
The stunning and partially hidden kitchen is connected to the living space with a floating breakfast bar.
Muted wood tones of rich walnut cupboards and open shelves complement the grey floor tiles, anthracite wall mosaics and gloss-black appliances.
Re-configuring a fairly standard design into something that recalls the opulence of a boutique hotel, the owners removed walls, installed sliding screens and inserted lots of hidden storage space resulting in a truly chic pad.
The clever use of large mirrors reflects the light while adding a dash of opulence, not least in the glamorous en-suite shower room.
Take a video tour of the wonderful interior by clicking on the image below.