The project involved the restructuring of part of a three-floor, two-family apartment in London.
No work was done on the hall and kitchen on the ground floor, but instead focused on the two upper floors. The intermediate floor was redesigned to improve the layout of the living room; this involved partially demolishing the walls so that it could be seen immediately from the entrance landing. The studio and bathroom were completely redesigned and downsized in order to build a spacious closet. The measurements of the studio were influenced by the serial furnishings available on the English market, and in fact the furnishings became the module around which everything else was organised.
Instead the bathroom on the third and last floor, with the master bedroom and a guest room, was completely redesigned and two solutions were proposed (one with a bath in the middle of the room).