The London property is an ‘infill’ project by E2 Architecture occupying a sunny, leftover space between a dilapidated brick cobbler’s workshop and an access way. Because the square footage is limited, it puts its long, narrow plan to clever use, even managing to squeeze in a terrace – with room for a table and chairs – to dramatic effect.
This bright glass-enclosed space anchors the home with bright rooms, including the pitched-roof kitchen and dining area and a double bedroom, illuminated by skylights and ribbon windows and heightened by a minimalist interior treatment. E2 Architecture has also used timber and custom- joinery to ‘make the whole space feel like a bespoke piece of furniture,’ it says.
The semi-detached studio home is listed for £750,000 with The Modern House.