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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.”

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