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