Lauderdale Tower, the Barbican, London
Apartment alterations and refurbishment
Upgrading this grade II listed apartment to the specific requirements of the client involved creating a more open living dining area, the provision of a meditation space, study and lots of built in storage whilst respecting and enhancing the wonderful architecture of the building.
Teak wood, cream white Corian and light grey resin acoustic flooring are used in the lounge whilst the bathrooms are upgraded with new sanitaryware, darkwood storage cupboards mosaic tiling and new mirrors. The living spaces are decorated in warm red hues whilst the services 'train' of kitchen utility and bathrooms is coloured a deep steel blue grey.
All lighting is low energy LED; the meditation space has been fitted with colour temperature 'biodynamic' lighting that can be adjusted from cool to warm colour temperatures (see our blog).
Photography: Tom Mannion - Styling: Enrico Donadello