When we met with the client of this project for the first time, we were charmed by deep love and care to their family traditions. We were asked to rethink the kitchen area and provide a homey atmosphere for a small family circle to enjoy cosy days together. At the same time, the space had to be able to transform to host large family and friends gatherings. We picked light colours, mellow lights casting soft shades and durable materials with natural textures to keep the warmth of the room.
The Clients of this project are siblings who purchased a split-level period conversion flat for their parents. The existing layout was not very efficient and was improved by us on a first stage. As a second stage we proposed minimal changes to the interior as a kitchen and bathrooms have been recently renovated with high quality specs. To add the apartment the lost feel of a cosy airy Edwardian house, we reintroduced the fireplaces in rooms and used the light shades for the finishes.
The apartment was designed for a fashion designer who creates haute couture pieces. Her main requirement was to have a toned down bedroom, simple bathroom and a multifunctional living space, which she would be able to transform to a work place during the day and adapt it for different events and dinners in the evening. We decided to keep the interior quite monochrome with a few accents to create a stylish luxurious backdrop for cosy events and elegant collections of the client.
The apartment was designed for a young couple. Both of them work in finance, enjoy their workplace dynamics, love travelling and rest in the tranquillity of their home. The clients asked us to create a weightless spaces with an effortless mood transformation. We proposed a solution, which would erase the physical borders of the walls and visually enlarge the space by introducing a smart system of mirrors, built-in furniture and concealed lighting. The use of different textiles and accessories would transform the space.
The apartment was designed for a couple, both young professionals, who recently purchased their first home in a new build. They wanted a timeless design with almost no freestanding furniture. This generated the idea for bespoke joinery units with incorporated mirrors, concealed storage shelves and smart shelving system. The client requested minimal colour and we proposed very neutral colour palette for joinery and furniture pieces adding gentle accents in accessories and lighting.
A client, a family with three children, approached us to design their 4-bedroom apartment. Their main request was to propose a practical elegant interior design, provide extensive area for bookshelves, keep only the essential furniture and leave the rest of the space very open. In our design, we deliberately picked dark colours as a background in order to highlight the rich collection of books, unique furniture pieces and rare artefacts the family is very proud of.
Our client is a family who was expecting a baby girl. They just bought an apartment and wanted the interior space to be very cosy, and filled up with light and happiness to welcome a new member of their family. We proposed a light colour palette for the rooms, soft lighting, good sound proofing solutions for windows and floors, fluffy carpets, easy washable and replaceable upholstery and textiles, soft textures, underfloor heating and a washable paint on the walls.
When we first saw the backyard of this lovely house we were amazed how spacious it was, and how much light it had during the day. The client wanted to have a chill out cosy outdoor lounge space with BBQ area for family and friends gatherings. Being inspired by the purity and calmness of Mediterranean nature, we proposed all elements to be made of natural and eco materials to celebrate the nature.
The owner of this lovely flat in a period conversion house approached us at the final stages of the apartment purchase. We were asked to breathe new life into apartment with minimal interventions. We adjusted the apartment layout, introduced the walk-in wardrobe and added more functions to the bedroom. We designed carefully the details: filleted sharp corners, flowing lighting concept, soft textile and directional textures to enhance the fluidity of the space.
For this project we were approached by a hotel operator who was willing to upgrade the outdated style of current rooms in Sheraton Hotel in Middle East and to spice up a modern look with traditional elements. We studied local patterns and details, colours, traditional building techniques and history to understand how to merge it with the contemporary style. By combining the elegance of simple shapes with richness of colours and elements of middle eastern heritage we achieved it.