Primrose Hill Apartment By Amos Goldreich Architecture

by Sophie Cullen on Jan 13, 2016 in Interiors
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Image by Rory Gardiner

Image by Rory Gardiner

Amos Goldreich Architecture has recently completed a two-bedroom Primrose Hill apartment

The London-based architecture practice has maximised the available 60 sq-m by improving usable space and optimising natural light. Having significantly reconfigured the layout, a more coherent progression is afforded throughout the apartment, allowing easy progression from one space to the next.

Image by Rory Gardiner

Image by Rory Gardiner

Changes include a relocation of the kitchen (which is now open-plan), the enlargement of the single bedroom and the addition of a window between the entrance hallway and the kitchen to increase visual connection. The apartment is finely detailed, with bespoke joinery and imaginative storage solutions such as a walk-in wardrobe in the master bedroom and a floating sideboard in the living room.


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A light colour palette has been used throughout the entire space, to further enhance spatial volume. Carefully selected furniture in a range of colours and the addition of accessories provide focus and variation throughout the project.


Image by Rory Gardiner

This was the second building within the complex to be designed by the firm.


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