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how stunning is this little 1 bed london flat i spotted over on domus nova?

refurbished by italian architecture firm archiplan studio, the narrow space has  given dynamic proportions through custom fittings and fixtures, high ceilings and an abundance of natural light. sliding screens in the living area conceal a bespoke kitchen and abundant storage space, while the elevated double bedroom – with an entire wall of wardrobes! – leads through to a spacious and luxurious tiled shower room.

i love the zoning of the space through the use of sliding doors, allowing for a constant flow of daily rituals, the warm character of the built-in oak fixtures and high precise of detail, which all help to give a very japanese feeling of zen to the contemporary property. simply beautiful, don’t you agree?

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