Norä’s design and development team has recently began to work on a stylish renovation of a large Clerkenwell warehouse conversion apartment unit. The renovation project carefully considers the lifestyle and sophisticated personal taste of the property owners but also, importantly, the character of the area and the building.
Clerkenwell today has become a creative and lively area, well positioned on the border between Central and East London. Whilst still retaining its village feel, the area has attracted a new array of residents over the last few years due to its many stylish warehouse conversions, that cater to the lifestyle of a young and entrepreneurial crowd, as well as its large variety of local amenities, such as top restaurants, street food markets, cafés and design shops and its excellent transport connectivity to other parts of London and beyond.
Converted in the early 2000’s by British architect David Chipperfield, this 1930’s former warehouse now houses a collection of large elegant flats, with a minimalistic design. Norä’s designers aim to preserve the apartment’s original light and airy feel, whilst bringing out a little more of the building’s original warehouse character. A minimalistic style and toned down colour palette in the decoration and interior design will compliment exposed brick walls and concrete structure details.
As the renovation project sees its last phases of evolution, a development team will begin working in the property late this summer.