Britannia Wharf is a minimalist home located in London, United Kingdom designed by Paolo Cossu Architects. The residence is a compact, split-level, two-bedroom house that is one of four houses converted in 1994 from an original factory warehouse situated on the banks of the Regents Canal.
Britannia Wharf was designed and developed with an economy of visual, spatial and structural means. A simple palette of oak, marble, and lacquered timber paneling, provide the clients with a timeless interior that enhances the quality of the existing spaces. The new spatial configuration and surface treatments enhance the penetration of natural light throughout the house subtly playing with the shimmering reflections of the Regents Canal.