RIBA award-winning Swiss architects Jaccaud Zein teamed up with multi award-winning local developer Solidspace to present Shepherdess Walk – a Hackney Design Award winner, which was also shortlisted for the prestigious Mies van der Rohe Award.
This generous 1,626 sq ft, 4 bed house features Solidspace’s split-level spatial arrangement, a garden, roof terrace, high ceilings, contemporary finishes as well as double height windows that allow natural light to stream in.
The interior palette creates a welcoming atmosphere, this feeling is heightened by unique finishes such as polished beeswax wall plaster, solid oak floorboards, walnut handrails and more.
Shepherdess Walk is nestled in a quiet neighbourhood in between Old Street and Angel, overlooking Shepherdess Walk Park. However, both Regent’s canal and the entertainment of Shoreditch are only minutes away.
If you would like to learn why The Guardian’s Rowan Moore described Shepherdess Walk as “a reminder that architecture can be an art of living,” don’t hesitate to get in touch.