Our new build New Cross Lofts replaced a derelict car workshop on a sloping corner site facing Deptford Park and set behind a row of Victorian terraces. Its grey monolithic massing suits the tough urban context. Inside is a different story. The interiors have a grounding quality, with a calming palette of tactile materials and textural layers; a sensory respite from the city outdoors.
New build brick loft building over 3 floors, with concrete and raw plaster interiors. 2 x 3 bed loft apartments, and 2 x work studios
New Cross, London
900 ft2 / 84 m2
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The new building mirrors the geometries and textures of the neighbouring brick buildings, set apart with a softer, grey ornamental expression.
The cast concrete stair is a striking insertion, ascending the height of the building in a single sculptural form, in pleasing contrast to the soft polished, pink plaster walls.
The palette softens the further you move up through building. Loft spaces are light and open, with generous windows opening onto the Park. A calming balance of pink shades and raw plasters blend with off whites and textured linens.
Ornamental zen in a Bespoke Courtyard House—The Herringbone House