The revolutionary Summers Street loft apartments project marked Manhattan Loft Corporation’s first development, and was identified by Vogue as being instrumental in creating a reflection of Manhattan’s SoHo in London.
The original structure was built by Stanley Peach, the architect responsible for Wimbledon’s Centre Court. Summers Street Lofts features a distinct industrial aesthetic, redesigned by architect Piers Gough to perfectly complement the work of the original architect. The project became instantly recognised as one of London’s first loft conversions and is widely recognized as a contributing factor to the rejuvenation of Clerkenwell.
Piers Gough, architect
Summers Street Lofts became an iconic development