A unique studio apartment is now available to view in a unique central London location. This building is a replica of a typical Korean residence, and is based on the childhood home of the artist Do Ho Suh.
This outstanding studio flat is available next to Moorgate, having been erected on top of one of the City of London’s iconic 1960s pedways in a design that has the appearance of having been dropped onto the location.
The location is perfect for anyone in the Moorgate and London Wall areas, and offers close links to the shops, workplaces and public transport options. The legendary Duck and Waffle restaurant is on your doorstep, offering an upmarket alternative thanks to the innovative decision not to waste space on putting a kitchen in the apartment.
The local train station at Liverpool Street offers toilets and washing facilities thanks to the other farsighted decision not to waste space in the studio flat with such facilities.
The new Cross-Rail service is just a short walk away with fast trains to Heathrow and Canary Wharf for the jet setting businessman who would live here. The one-floor studio apartment comes with its own designer bamboo garden and is the artist’s first large scale outdoor installation to come to London.
The building was constructed as a response to the migrant history of East London, but future tenants and investors should not worry, for those parts of London do not appear in the glossy sales brochure being offered to prospective visitors.
Viewing of the exterior of the studio flat is available from Wormwood Street without appointment for the next six months.