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St Edmunds Terrace

St Edmunds Terrace is a small collection of 36 apartments and one house spread across three buildings. It is situated between Primrose Hill, an area in London famed for its Victorian terraces and celebrity homes, and Regents Park. The location of St Edmunds Terrace inspired the architects to encompass the nineteenth century manors (from Primrose Hill), and the conjunction of city residences with natures greenery (from Regents Park). Every apartment was installed with contemporary herringbone wood floors, in a light beige colour. The colour of the floors added to the minimalistic colour schemes of the apartments and to the spacious feel, also created by the full height windows and white walls. The contemporary finish ensured the floors complimented the modern features of each apartments interior, whilst the herringbone pattern added an element of tradition.

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