Black and Milk were appointed to design and implement the interior and spatial design of a one-bedroom apartment in Soho, the heart of London's West End. The space provided a unique set of challenges, primarily due to the size, layout, and our client's particular needs. Although small, the apartment lends itself very well to a Japandi interior. As a converted warehouse with floor-to-ceiling windows, we had the advantage of the light and airy ambience it provided the space.
Black and Milk focused on enhancing the natural light by configuring the loft apartments' spatial design while seamlessly incorporating our client's love of Asian design. As an added challenge, our client was a musician and required a soundproofed space for his grand piano. Who also had a keen interest in feng shui, the idea that optimally balancing your environment's energy can help you feel happy, healthy and at home.
To maintain the spacious open plan feel, sliding and bifold screens were incorporated throughout the loft apartment's interior design to separate the bedroom and dressing room from the living area. The screens were made from Japanese rice paper, a material that transmits light yet allows the rooms to be separated.
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