Globetrotters will love this modern Camden Town flat, which features Tadelakt finishes, terracotta pots and reclaimed timber flooring and is on sale for £1.375m.
The London loft– on sale with Marsh and Parsons – has a minimalist Scandinavian-inspired scheme with Moroccan touches. It lies in the Piers Gough-designed Glass Building and is one of six homes accessed through Japanese water gardens, each with a private bridge to the front door.
The 1,450 sq ft London property has a streamlined look, with neutral walls and steel-framed windows at either end, which pivot at the rear to allow direct access to the tranquil garden. Rough, natural textures and warm tones soften the zen-like space, full of light and fun elements, with a Berber desert vibe.
Featured throughout the two-bedroom home are salvaged wooden and decorative pieces, large-scale artworks and bespoke joinery created by a Belgian carpenter. Polished lime plaster finishes, or Tadelakt, bring a blast of North African warmth and authentic Moroccan textures to the scheme.
Lighting the Tadelakt kitchen worktops is a suspended tree root hung with incandescent-style brass bulbs. Recessed strip lighting and copper pipes across the living room ceiling echo its lateral line. In the master bedroom, a rope swing is used as a bedside shelf, while the apricot-hued bathroom has a Tadelakt bath and star-patterned floor tiles.