Renovated apartment arc by the River Thames! London Loft Wind Brick House
Upon entering the apartment, exposed brick walls and concrete columns showcase a simple industrial style. Three large arched windows focus all views and overlook the Tate Museum of Modern Art. Built in the early 1990s, this is the iconic old Bankside building on the south bank of the Thames. Loft, and a couple about to move in asked Yard Architects to find apartment renovation ideas.
The couple's desire is to prefer an open space but still ensure enough privacy. The team took advantage of the original height as much as possible and built a floor to accommodate the living room and office. At the same time, design sliding glass doors to divide the bedroom and public space, add hidden curtains to maintain privacy.
Open-ceiling vertical and horizontal beam lines add to the rustic industrial atmosphere, blending harmoniously into existing architectural elements. Besides, open to the public area on the side adjacent to the window. The design charm still retains a unique London style between old and new.
There are many different reasons why homeowners want to change their apartment, such as wanting to change its appearance, change its use, renew it for resale or new purchase, and want to improve it to their liking. Whatever the cause, the issue of scientific layout is always at the forefront. Like this apartment, when the house is completed and handed over, the old design does not make the owner feel satisfied. Apartment renovation ideas has been carefully considered by the architect to suit the requirements of the owner.
The wooden floor matches the tone of the house to create a sense of idyllic and familiarity.