Since: Nov 2007
Posted: Monday the 19th November 2007 at 09:40
I am amazed by the size of the flats I visited this week in London. As a photographer, I would like to do a feature about it and talk about the housing crisis in London. I was thinking to do a series of images of overcrowded flats in London. (e.g.: flats full of personal belongings with a music studio on the right and baskets of clothes on the left, ...) or very small flats (your bed is just the size of the bedroom, the bathroom is in the kitchen...).
Would someone be interested to contribute and guide me in the "small flat" London?
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Since: Apr 2005
Posted: Monday the 19th November 2007 at 16:51
Sounds interesting. I've seen some very small flats, when I was looking I got used to seeing phrases like:
Open plan ... everything bar the toilet is in one small room.
Mezzanine bedroom ... mattress crammed into a gap in the ceiling space.
1.5 bedrooms ... 1 bedroom and a cupboard
London housing for the bottom end of the pay-scale is very depressing.
Please feel free to post your pictures here.
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Since: Nov 2007
Posted: Tuesday the 20th November 2007 at 07:13
I am only starting and would be interested to visit more flats. Should be published in one UK national magazine.
But I need help to identify and photograph more flats.
Since: Oct 2008
Posted: Wednesday the 15th October 2008 at 13:22
There was a similar article about small bathrooms i beleive at www.bathroomforum.co.uk
Since: May 2007
Posted: Wednesday the 15th October 2008 at 15:59
Hey karl, I live in a very small flat, but not in centre of London, I'm on the outskirts in Subiton. One bedrom flat, two of us, too many possessions, boxes everywhere, tiny kitchen, small bathroom with no window so have a slight damp problem. City living is the best!!
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