Makepeace Mansions Apartment is a minimal apartment located in London, United Kingdom, designed by Surman Weston. The design scheme references the aesthetic of the original building and others typical of the era, specifically Charles Holden’s historic art-deco tube stations.
The scheme is incorporated by a motif of decor-inspired curves, which are present in every room of the home. Curves are found in the fluted oak cabinetry within the kitchen while a circular window is introduced to divide the kitchen from the living room.
The fireplace is framed by bespoke arched concrete and terracotta handmade specifically for the project by the studio. The doorknobs, which are also custom designed by the studio, reinterpret the classic doorknob profile into an understated minimal form.