Vabel Lawrence’s uncooked luxurious is a nod to loft-style residing

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Strolling previous the Vabel Lawrence housing growth on its sleepy, tree-lined road in north London, you’d be forgiven for considering for a second that you just have been someplace in New York. With its uncovered brick, metalwork and recessed balconies, the newest in a collection of residential schemes within the capital by actual property professional Vabel feels each of its place and time, and likewise timelessly fashionable, nodding to loft-style residing and the house blocks of Manhattan. 

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Vabel Lawrence: uncooked and splendid modern residing

Certainly, loft residing and the uncooked qualities of business structure have been a key place to begin for the challenge – as was its location, in part of Seven Sisters previously occupied by warehouses. Following the dynamic firm’s ‘Warehouse Residing, Made Fashionable’ idea, Vabel Lawrence goals to create refined house with a soul, crafted by a devoted in-house design group. 

exterior of new york style balconies at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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Vabel’s artistic director and co-founder Jeremy Spencer says: ‘Vabel Lawrence is the fruits of our dedication to delivering houses that prioritise house and replicate the best way folks wish to stay, all whereas being conscious of delivering high quality and real worth. We put an enormous quantity of thought into how folks wish to stay their lives.’

detail of cream interior at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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‘We’ve labored diligently to create houses with a very holistic method from conception, in addition to a design and construct high quality not sometimes related to this worth level. This growth provides true Londoners the chance to stay of their very personal Vabel-designed sanctuary: a harmonious mix of historical past and the modern, offering residents with a really particular place to name residence. We’ve all fallen in love with Seven Sisters – it’s such an eclectic space that must be celebrated; in contrast, Lawrence Highway has a splendidly calm and peaceable power.’

armchair and london views from terrace at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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The design intends to inform a narrative of the positioning’s previous in textile and clothes manufacturing. Crafted particulars and strategically uncovered supplies reveal that care and thought weren’t spared for the sake of a uncooked aesthetic. 

baclony with black railings at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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The event spans 71 houses, with a small household of beneficiant penthouses (pictured right here) crowning the highest and providing lengthy, unobstructed vistas in the direction of the London skyline. And whereas the penthouses have the largest terraces, all houses present out of doors house. 

kitchen with vintage chairs at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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Fittings have been largely designed by Vabel bespoke – from the minimalist but heat kitchens, to lighting and space for storing. Uncovered concrete, birch plywood, quartz worktops and glazed bronze tile splashbacks make for a impartial, textured backdrop with pops of color that add character all through. 

brown sofa and cream minimalism at living space of Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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An open backyard on the coronary heart of the event is designed by Livingstone Eyre Associates, whose panorama encourages current wildlife to take over and coexist with the scheme’s new, human inhabitants. 

bedroom with London skyline views and cream bed cover at Vabel Lawrence Penthouse

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