Fenman House is an elegant and intimate addition to the King’s Cross skyline, with a design by one of the country’s most respected architectural studios. Fenman House is designed on the principles of mid-century architecture, where form follows function and buildings are created for living above all else. But this doesn’t mean that the aesthetics are overlooked. Inspired by renowned architect Louis Sullivan, the design is influenced by his ideals of living at height without sacrificing the benefits of ground level dwellings.
Thoughtfully chosen interiors feature intricate details designed for their aesthetic appeal and flawless function, from natural stone walls to bespoke metal detailing. Market leading fittings have been chosen for both their flawless function and cutting edge design.
The material selection throughout the apartments creates a refined palette to resonate with King’s Cross. Dark metal tones have been chosen for the door handles, brassware and open shelves, while timber parquet flooring to the bedrooms and deep stained oak to the kitchen working area add weight and form.
The master bathrooms and ensuites feature natural stone tiling and a combination of concealed and expressed storage.