The Alaska Building, formerly the Alaska Furs warehouse, is one of the first 'loft conversions' in London. We were commissioned to remodel an apartment in the original block which had been laid-out in a very awkward fashion. We created a large multi-use space spanning the whole front section of the apartment. An open-plan kitchen sits on a raised platform at one end of this space with concealed lighting beneath. To the side of this, new built-in oak joinery provides additional kitchen storage space, and a large central opening, with bi-folding oak doors, and lined with matching architraves and reveals, accesses the bedroom area.

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