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Would you rent this colourful co-living studio?

Studio living gets a contemporary makeover at this London home, which features bold colours, light and handcrafted materials.

London-based Noiascape Studio created the Shepherd’s Bush flat, which has sleeping, living and cooking quarters separated by bespoke joinery.

Photography: © Nicholas Worley. Courtesy Noiascape.

The fully furnished studio occupies the top floor of the Noiascape-designed co-living project High Street House. City Studio is for rent for £495 per week with Domus Nova and has access to a shared workspace, meeting rooms, and an entertaining kitchen, talks and events at the hub, while super-fast internet, cleaning services and council tax are included.

The space-maximising apartment has deep-set windows and skylights, a wood-lined living room, and a sleeping area partly enclosed by Douglas fir walls and beams, with a bespoke Kerf Works bed.

Photography: © Nicholas Worley. Courtesy Noiascape.

It has a softened industrial aesthetic through its contrasting breeze-block walls, tall white skirting boards, and bright green heated resin flooring. Bespoke furniture by Noiascape brings additional pops of colour to the home.

The studio’s living area sweeps around to a handmade kitchen with stainless steel surfaces and splashback. Its shower room, meanwhile, has pink hexagonal tiled walls and a glazed door with access to a large private roof terrace. The terrace, itself, has city views and is enclosed by red perforated metal panels.

Photography: © Nicholas Worley. Courtesy Noiascape.

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