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EC1 Penthouse by Patalab Architecture

From the seventh floor of an apartment building in Clerkenwell, EC1 Penthouse designed by Patalab Architecture looks out across the City of London enjoying stunning views of St Paul’s Cathedral and the Barbican Centre. Maximising these views was a key aspect of the client’s brief, as were enhancing energy performance and introducing a material palette to amplify the feeling of light and space in the apartment. Photography by Julian Abrams.

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Cascade House by Patalab Architecture

Cascade House by Patalab Architecture, an early 18th century Grade II listed building within the very heart of London’s Hampstead village, comprises existing retail premises over ground and first floors, with a new generous two-bedroom dwelling above. Spanning across four floors, parts of the dwelling are located in a new roof top extension that has been developed in close consultation with the local planning and conservation authorities. Photography by Lyndon Douglas.

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Whittington Estate Apartment by Patalab Architecture

Whittington Estate Apartment is a project designed by Patalab Architecture. The sense of space, an enhanced connectivity and an understated material palette turns this sensitively refurbished small one-bedroom Whittington Estate Apartment into a spatial sanctuary and a carefully crafted place that feels much bigger than it physically is. Photography by Jan Piotrowicz

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