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The Colyer

Aviva
Covent Garden, London
14 Apartments

The Colyer is a mid-nineteenth century building. Formerly Studio 51, it was a seminal jazz club for artists including Ken Colyer. Johnson Naylor were responsible for the interior architecture and design of the apartments and reception. The design includes many surprising details – the datum line that runs through the floors and walls of each apartment, the flash of blue in bathrooms and wardrobes, the bespoke ironmongery and kitchens.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock

Aviva
Covent Garden, London
14 Apartments

The Colyer is a mid-nineteenth century building. Formerly Studio 51, it was a seminal jazz club for artists including Ken Colyer. Johnson Naylor were responsible for the interior architecture and design of the apartments and reception. The design includes many surprising details – the datum line that runs through the floors and walls of each apartment, the flash of blue in bathrooms and wardrobes, the bespoke ironmongery and kitchens.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock

Aviva
Covent Garden, London
14 Apartments

The Colyer is a mid-nineteenth century building. Formerly Studio 51, it was a seminal jazz club for artists including Ken Colyer. Johnson Naylor were responsible for the interior architecture and design of the apartments and reception. The design includes many surprising details – the datum line that runs through the floors and walls of each apartment, the flash of blue in bathrooms and wardrobes, the bespoke ironmongery and kitchens.

Photography © Guy Montagu-Pollock
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