In London, space often comes at a premium, with newly built developments vying for attention amidst historic, Victorian-era blocks. Yet the Hampstead House by MW Architects offers an interesting, newly built property that perfectly honors and incorporates the more dated architecture around it.
The home also makes great use of space, which is necessary for any new development in London, with an open 750 square meter floorplan. Its breathtaking interior spaces have all been artfully detailed with sleek monochromatic fixtures and fittings that still offer a canvas for the homeowners’ unique tastes.
The home’s four stories offer enough room to roam, with ample bedrooms, bathrooms, a wine room and designated entertainment areas. The centerpiece of the property comes in the form of a striking helical staircase that weaves itself elegantly upward. A garden area has also been incorporated to offer additional, open air space and a yoga studio for enjoyment and relaxation.