The Weavers House sits in the historic heart of Spitalfields in east London. Our approach was to reinterpret its Huguenot heritage with a sensitive, contemporary vernacular vocabulary. Peeling back the layers of time with respect to the building’s existing charm, we combined traditional materials, techniques and colour with open spaces, clean lines and considered details.
Huguenot Townhouse arranged over 6 floors. 4 Beds / 4 Baths / Kitchen / Dining / Living / Study / Card Room/ Cinema Room / Hammam
3250 ft2 / 302 m2
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The interior of the house is wrapped with flush soft lime plaster and tactile sawn oak dados. Crafted cabinetry in the same sawn oak echoes traditional wood panelling found in neighbouring properties, subtly integrating the interiors with the architecture.
Veined Arabescato marble introduces an intriguing visual and textural contrast; a sensory journey from warm to cold.
The atmosphere comes to life with rich layers of antique lights, objects and furniture. Every corner of the house has been carefully composed according to function but more importantly feeling, too.
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