A series of rooms each using contrasting materials, like scenes from a film. Hammersmith W6
A collection of rooms, creating a constant visual contrast as you move through the space.
  • London, W6
  • 1100 SF
  • Three double bedrooms (two ensuite)
  • Sleeps 3-6 people
  • Lateral spaces
  • Study with connected roof terrace
  • Bespoke Joinery designed by Noiascape Studio

From £3650pcm

A modern interpretation of a Victorian interior. The Douglas Fir living room, the pink TV room and white ash bedroom are a cluster of spaces connected by a central white hall; each room is defined by contrasting materials.

Picture House has a filmic quality, creating constant visual contrast as you move through each room.

Picture House

Bespoke Joinery is used throughout as a spatial device to create multiple spaces within large rooms. Douglas Fir seamlessly lines the floor and walls of the living room to form a shelf for residents to display postcards, photos, notes and small objects – a stage for memories.


  • Wi-Fi
  • Fully Furnished
  • Access to local Noiascape Shared Work Lounge at High Street House
  • Modern and one-off furniture designed by Noiascape Studio
  • Weekly cleaning and linen change*
  • Access to social and cultural events at High Street House
*Subject to additional charge


Hammersmith is an established residential area, characterised by Victorian Streets connected to 3 London Underground lines allowing easy access to the City and Heathrow Airport.

The River Thames runs across the south of the borough, providing great walks and access to a range of river based sports.

Historic bars and established restaurants offer a variety of food and drink choices, from the Brackenbury Wine Rooms to the Angelsea Arms Pub to the Gate. A choice of open green space is available at Brook Green and Ravenscourt Park and contemporary theatre can be found at the Bush Theatre, Lyric Theatre and the Riverside Studios. The Hammersmith Apollo, the Shepherds Bush Empire and Bush Hall provide a variety of locations for contemporary music.

Take a break from the bustling city by taking a stroll to Ravenscourt Park.

Enjoy a pint and some hearty food at locals’ favourite, The Anglesea Arms.

Revel in some of the best live performance going at the various iconic venues around the area, including The Hammersmith Apollo, the Shepherds Bush Empire and Bush Hall.

Stop off at the cosy Thatched House after a walk in the park.

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