Echlin uses broken-plan layout to create spacious interiors within London mews house

A nearly six-metre-high green wall and a basement floor with a walk-on skylight are among the additions made by design and development firm Echlin to this remodelled mews house in Knightsbridge.

The resulting design is described by the local firm as a “reinterpretation” of a classic London mews house, with plenty of useable and flexible space, an abundance of natural light and a strong connection to nature.

The ground floor living space, top image, is separated from the dining area via an open shelving system, above

Located on a quiet mews in easy reach of Hyde Park, the 225-square-metre family home is arranged across three floors and connected

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