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No ex­penses were spared to en­sure the qual­ity through­out was com­pletely un­com­pro­mised.


In terms of the aes­thetic style, Laura shares that they looked to Paris to in­flu­ence the in­te­rior ar­chi­tec­ture in­tro­duc­ing beau­ti­ful, curved doors and arches, bold veined mar­ble and elab­o­rate plas­ter mould­ing through­out. They then com­bined this clas­sic back­drop with con­tem­po­rary join­ery, bath­rooms, kitchens and be­spoke fur­ni­ture and styling.

Oak chevron has been used for the floors through­out the res­i­dence, while the walls are adorned with elab­o­rate plas­ter mould­ing. The de­sign stu­dio opted for a monochro­matic pal­ette with light pan­elled walls and dark chevron floors, while dra­matic con­trast has been cre­ated with dark framed glazed dou­ble doors, Noir St Lau­rent mar­ble fire­places and bronze ef­fect on the kitchen units. Clas­sic con­tem­po­rary fur­nish­ings adorn the in­te­ri­ors, to­gether with sculp­tural light­ing and art­work and a jewel tone pop of colour unique to each apart­ment to keep them har­mo­nious while each es­tab­lish­ing their own iden­tity.

Says Laura, “the eclec­tic style of the light­ing by Vis­ual Com­fort through­out had a real in­flu­ence on the over­all aes­thetic. Their tri­pod pic­ture light that we used on one of the desks is an all-time favourite of mine and the first piece I se­lected when de­sign­ing the fur­ni­ture for that apart­ment.” Other sources and pieces to note in­clude fabrics from Donghia, Robert Allen and Holly & Sherry for sofa cush­ions and be­spoke uphol­stered

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