Nile Street, Islington, N1
This 19th century building, simply called ‘The Factory’, houses a double-height, open-plan penthouse, converted in 1998.
Architect Simon Conder designed the one-bed apartment to make the most of its 1,502 sq ft, floor plan, creating a large living space that incorporates a kitchen and dining room.
Built-in storage maximises the space.
Jam Factory, Southwark, SE1
The lower floors of a former Hartley’s jam factory house a two-bedroom apartment.
An abundance of natural light enters the 1,056 sq ft property, which features high ceilings, and iron columns.
Clarendon Works, Holland Park, W11
This loft-style, four-bedroom home inside a restored Victorian brickworks in Holland Park was designed by architect Moreno:Masey.
Light floods into the large, open living spaces.
The master bedroom opens out onto a private terrace.
Underwood Street, Islington, N1
A two-bedroom apartment is for sale on the fourth floor of this Victorian warehouse building in Islington
Brinkworth design consultancy conceived the interiors of the apartment, which comes with planning permission for an extension of approximately 600 sq ft on the roof.
Blenheim Gardens, Brixton, SW2
This 2,700 sq ft former factory offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two reception rooms, with views overlooking Brixton Windmill.
Photography: Photoplan, Urban Spaces
Morris Road, Limehouse, E14
A three-bedroom property spreads over three floors of an old Spratt’s pet food factory in Limehouse, East London.