Posted: 06 Jun 2013 09:43 PM PDT
K2Ld are not just good in building houses from scratch, but also in interior decorating. This Westwood apartment is just one example of their great work.
The apartment looks like it is very big one although that not just because of it size but because of interior design too. Most of the space combined in large living area what with built-in closets and only necessary furniture create the feeling of large openness. All possible furniture is wooden and everything besides kitchen is colored in light beige or brown. That made the interior very warm. A lot of lighting everywhere just add the feeling of cosines. Although when you see kitchen or bathroom you can understand that apartment isn't so big as it looks and open living room is a great way to improve overall impression of size.
Posted: 06 Jun 2013 09:43 AM PDT
High Holborn Scheme is design by Sheppard Robson, located in London, United Kingdom.
The office buildings will provide 14,300 m² of flexible office space suitable for major occupiers attracted to this prime location. The scheme carefully integrates a relevant mix of uses for the various retained buildings, including private and affordable residential and student accommodation; reconfiguring the city block with a coherent and sympathetic design. Retail and restaurant uses at the base of the scheme feed the tributaries at either side of the site linking the busy urban thoroughfare of High Holborn to the quieter listed Georgian terraces of Bedford Row to the rear.
The proposal transcends a purely functional response to the requirements of the brief and the parameters set by the planning policy, thereby creating a high quality mixed-use scheme with excellent sustainable credentials. The new office building emerges organically from behind and between its distinguished neighbours. The façade has been articulated as a carefully wrapped series of elegant ethereal glass screens, which peel away in layers to reveal terraces, roof gardens and balconies.
The Holborn Property Unit Trust, in conjunction with Blackfriars Property Group and architects Sheppard Robson, has been granted planning for a 28,000m² landmark mixed used scheme in Midtown London, occupying a complete city block fronting on to High Holborn (50-57).
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