Secret House – Exclusive

Columbia Road

Secret House – Exclusive

Secret House – Exclusive, Columbia Road

Architect designed house in Tower Hamlets. Built into the ground with the bulk of the house at subterranean level, it’s a design masterpiece. Bespoke furniture makes clever use of the space creating a wealth of backdrops for shooting. Includes a plunge pool and courtyard.

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