A short walk from Shakespeare's Globe, Clink Wharf is dramatic in several ways. The host is a theatre designer and the interesting visuals begin in the open-plan living space, straight ahead of the entrance. A white linen sofa is positioned on a chequerboard rug, and the balcony (beyond double doors) looks right over the Thames. To the right of the kitchen is the book-lined office with a sofabed, which can be closed off behind rotating glass panels for additional privacy.
This home's building was once a pineapple warehouse. Tucked to the left of the entrance, between the bare brick walls and large panelled windows, are two hidden doors. The first leads to the bathroom, the second to the bedroom; it has a chequered suede headboard, raw concrete walls and a stone-tiled ensuite. The show never stops on the South Bank, which is just outside, home to the Tate Modern and the National Theatre.