This is where clever design meets the wow factor. The double-height void above the dining table has a stunning effect alongside structural steel supports, a full wall of brickwork, cutout sections to let in more light, and a glass-balustrade balcony on the firstfloor landing.
A floating window set into the brickwork above the glazed doors to the garden brings a dash of originality.
Ergatoudis wanted a glass wall to the garden but no bi-folding doors. “Everyone has them,” she says. Instead they went for glazing modelled on Crittall steel windows, adding to the industrial look. “We could have had another bedroom instead of the atrium so you could say it’s a waste of space,” she adds, “but everyone who comes here loves it and so do we.”