This apartment in London doubles as a jewellery showroom

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

 

LUV Architecture have designed the interior of an apartment inside a building that was originally built between 1771 and 1778 by the East India Company as a warehouse to store goods imported from Asia.

 

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

Recently, a jeweller commissioned LUV Architecture & Design, to create a space that would be his apartment and showroom.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The apartment has been designed to have an open-floor plan, with the living area, showroom, dining and kitchen all visible to each other.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

Behind the sofa, there is a long cabinet with a glass top that displays the jewellery items.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

A close-up look at the glass-topped display case.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The wooden ceilings and metal columns have been kept to respect the original industrial past of this 200 year old building.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The kitchen is home to a large island, with bar seating, a small sink, and cooktop.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The appliances have been kept together to create a wall of stainless steel.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The apartment also has 2 bedrooms. This is the first bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The second bedroom has a neutral palette, with your eye drawn to the graphic rug.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building

The apartment also has a walk-in wardrobe, with each shelf lit up to nicely display the apparel within.

This apartment in London is inside a 200 year old building


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