Located in London, England, this residential project was created by the FORM Design Architecture Ltd. practice with the living area and entrance on the upper level, while the lower floor contains the sleeping section.
The duplex penthouse spreads over a surface of 230 square meters and it features a frameless glass overhead that brings abundant light indoors. The drum has a marble plaster lining and it opens into the living space.
The duplex contains a study with its own shower so that it could become a second bedroom and the two floors are connected via a helical stair inside the top-lit drum that gives access to the master bedroom which is equipped with a dressing, a spa-like bathroom that has a timber bath and wet room shower.
The lower floor also contains a second children’s bedroom and a utility room and the fire engineered Means of Escape led to a larger open plan living area that would be just as safe. The project won the Best apartment Award at the 2013 London Evening Standard New Homes.