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The Maple Building

Kentish Town, London

The Maple Building is a robust and elegant, clean-lined construction dating from the earliest twentieth century with red brick facades and steel columns. Once a furniture factory, then a clothing factory, it is characterised by the large metal double-glazed windows in the period Crittall style which feature throughout.

The development has now been sympathetically restored to comprise of fifty highly specified contemporary apartments and seven new build penthouses which span across five storeys of this converted warehouse building. The entrance foyer has been fully restored as a smart lobby with commercial offices occupying the ground floor, and a gym within the basement.

Images courtesy of Gordon-Duff & Linton and David Butler Photography.

Specification

  • Exclusive Danish designed lever handles, escutcheons and bathroom turn/releases throughout all apartments
  • Exclusive Danish designed pull handles to all communal areas
  • Exclusive Danish designed cupboard handles to all communal cupboards and riser doors
  • Bespoke design centre door knobs to all apartment entrances
  • Bespoke design door knockers to all apartment entrances
  • Concealed hinges throughout

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