Never Too Small • Documentary
Unique among 18 other 1960's walk-up apartments, Nicholas Gurney extensively reworked The Warren as a seamless space, drawing the eye deeper into the apartment. Removing the previous partitioning walls allowed all of the 49m2 space's necessities to be framed within a joinery concealed kitchen, and an inventive mirror clad central pod. Creating a calm, airy space; both art studio and home.
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