This luxurious two bedroom pied-a-terre project was a success following a very particular client brief.
We were asked to turn this prime location property into a London unique showcase apartment.
We had to deliver a luxurious contemporary interior that would enhance his multi million pound modern art collection that include pieces form Francis bacon, Lucian Freud, Henry Matisse and Andy Warhol. The rare 5 metre high ceiling made this property a perfect show case for art and special wall finishes.
From suede fabric panelling throughout, a one-off seem-less wool and silk rug from The Rug Company, bespoke Philippe Hurel and Minotti furniture, ceiling hung painting fixings and fibre optic lighting were some features of this very stylish interior – a perfect showhouse.
The motorised shy-blinds optimised privacy but allowed the East facing property to get the best natural light in the morning.
The pleated curtains gave a special warmth to the rooms and created the perfect background framing the square named after Earl Cadogan.
The music coming from The Bosendorfer piano in the corner of this stunning square shaped reception room was in perfect tuning with the high ceilings and the fabric walls.
A Bulthaup kitchen is what was supplied with the best selection of appliances from Gaggennau.
The sumptuous curved walls in the hallway led to a master bedroom suite that was furnished with Donghia furniture pieces and bespoke wardorbes.
The marble bathrooms were highly luxurious with mirror cabinets and bespoke solid American oak vanity units.
An aspect that I am very proud of is the ceiling detail that portrays the curves on the walls. When discreetly lit this will generate a fantastic canvas for my clients personal belongings.
In this project we have the perfect combination of luxurious finishes with the most discreet lighting technology to make the art collection the protagonist.