Xanadu comes to Clerkenwell
This apartment has a touch of Xanadu about it, reflecting the taste and interest of its much-travelled owner. It is in the Ziggurat, a former printworks in Clerkenwell, East London, originally converted to shell and core by ORMS. When the client bought the apartment it was already partly fitted out as open-plan with an over-large entrance hall, bathroom and kitchen. It has been reworked by architect Timson Garah Nielsen to provide a separate bedroom and storage space, and to incorporate ...
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