Photo of a contemporary bedroom in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and no fireplace.

Hampstead PenthouseContemporary Bedroom, London

Oiled oak floor, use of large rooflights to create small balcony areas when open.

Photo of a contemporary bedroom in London with white walls, medium hardwood flooring and no fireplace. —  Houzz
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ana_wilson55 wrote:7 Sep 2016
  • kieron f

    thanks for the update, I would love to know the height of these as well. they are exactly what i require

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    Feature Radiators

    I would estimate it to be 675mm high including the feet.

evonberg666 wrote:3 Apr 2016
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    Highway Flooring Inc.

    I love the space. I also do question how to put blind on windows.

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    DDWH Architects

    Blackout blinds on each roof light, electrically operated.

A960 wrote:3 Jan 2018
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    A960
    did the conversion not require planing approval?
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    DDWH Architects

    Yes as it was an apartment in a Conservation Area. But the photo shown was previously a roof space

obo1 wrote:17 Nov 2016
  • obo1
    Thanks DDWH! Are you able to confirm the height in meters (rather than the angle degree)? Many thanks
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    DDWH Architects

    3200mm floor to flat area of ceiling

poppypoo wrote:25 Jun 2015
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    DDWH Architects

    The large ones opening to form little balconies are Velux Cabrio 2520mm high, there is also an additional 1400mm high rooflight fixed above these. All these are 940mm wide. The smaller one in the middle is made from two rooflights: the larger is 1480mm x 780mm, the smaller one is 624mm x 780mm.


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    DDWH Architects

    Please note those sizes are measured in the plane of the roof. Height above finished floor level depends on the roof pitch.

evonberg666 wrote:3 Apr 2016
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    DDWH Architects

    ‘Almost White’ by Paper and
    Paint

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