Sheendale Studios was built on the site of an old factory in south-west London. The development consists of six studio houses, arranged as two rows of three, placed back-to-back. Three studio houses face the street and three overlook the communal garden and parking area. Each studio house has a triple-height living room, with kitchen facilities screened behind a folding door, and very large studio windows which light up the whole interior volume. A spiral staircase is tucked into the back of the space, leading up to the bedroom on the overhanging top floor past a built-in desk on the landing in between. The landing also contains the bathroom.