A steel kitchen that references London’s many fast food shops takes centre stage in this apartment designed by local studio Holloway Li for its co-founder Alex Holloway, which also has a bathtub in the living room.
Located in north London’s Highbury, the apartment is set in a converted Victorian house and was renovated to create a home-cum-photography-studio for Holloway and his partner Elle Parmar Jenkins, founder of vintage furniture store Goods In.
The apartment includes a custom-built stainless steel kitchen
Holloway Li sought to update the single-storey space while also maintaining many of its original features.
Part of this process included removing the master bedroom entirely to create an open-plan
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