Bankside contemporary spaces
An Italian taste contemporary space in South Thames London, in the Tate Modern and Millennium Bridge district.
Far from the classic London style, this project reflects the full ability and willingness to reinterpret themselves as subjects of the Queen. Located in the Bankside, the district overlooked by the former power station, now one of the most important contemporary art museums, this flat celebrates the taste of a London family who choose to live surrounded by pure lines and total white. The resin floor distinguishes all the rooms, as well as the full height doors. Large sliding doors in lacquered glass divide the living-dining area from the kitchen and the large windows aim at filtering as much light as possible.