London flat the size of a SNOOKER TABLE overlooking Harrods is transformed into a luxury studio by a top ‘space-saving guru’

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Even when located opposite Harrods, £400 a week for a flat which is only just bigger than a snooker table might seem a little extortionate.
But this ingenious property measuring about 90 sq ft is like none other of its size, having been transformed by a’ space-saving guru’.
And the 10th-floor studio in London’s Knightsbridge has a kitchen and shower room as well as a living room that converts into a bedroom.
The flat’s description from Hunters estate agents also boats of its ‘ample and practical storage including a dedicated shoe cupboard’.
It was purchased for £200,000 three years ago by a buyer who worked with architect Caiano Morgado on transforming the space.
Matthew Fine, managing director of Hunters in Marylebone, told MailOnline: ‘It has taken a little over two years to complete the work.
‘We were contacted by Caiano Morgado who had worked on small spaces such as this in many major cities around the world.’
He added: ‘I hope you will agree he has created an amazing apartment with so much incorporated into the space.’

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Cosy: This ingenious property measuring about 90 sq ft is like none other of its size, having been transformed by a’ space-saving guru’

 

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London living: The 10th-floor studio in Knightsbridge has a kitchen and shower room as well as a living room that converts into a bedroom

 

 

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Kitchen: The flat’s description from Hunters estate agents boats of its ‘ample and practical storage including a dedicated shoe cupboard’

 

 

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Renovation: It was purchased for £200,000 three years ago by a buyer who worked with a Portuguese architect on transforming the space

 

 

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Big effort: Matthew Fine, managing director of Hunters in Marylebone, said that it had taken ‘a little over two years to complete the work’

 

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Room with a view: Mr Morgado had worked on small spaces such as this ‘in many major cities around the world’, according to Mr Fine

 

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Fine dining: The estate agents said Mr Morgado had ‘created an amazing apartment with so much incorporated into the space’

 

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Before the renovation: The property, which is listed as a ‘penthouse’ is located on Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, opposite Harrods

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In need of improvement: This is the flat’s kitchen – which looks reasonable, but perhaps dated – before the renovation work was carried out

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Street scene: The flat is located in a block on the far left of this photograph of Brompton Road, showing how it is directly opposite Harrods

 

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Comparison: With space of about 90 sq ft, the studio is little bigger than a full-size 72sq ft snooker table (above, file picture)

Source from dailymail.co.uk

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