We were privileged to work alongside a property developer on this Award winning luxury development set within 2.5 acres gated site with its private landscaped gardens, at London’s prominent Billionaires Row in Highgate.
The breath of a new life to an existing Grade II. Coach House, into 3 luxury modernist apartments, while being respectful of its heritage. Complimented with three newly built contemporary counterparts consisting of 6 duplexes, 3 penthouses and 11 lateral apartments, complimenting adjacent Grade II. Coach House split into 3 apartments.
Due to the nature of the project, not phased by not knowing what HNW prospective buyers will enjoy our interiors, in our signature mix and match | contrast and subtle style you can expect, we opt for the neutral where necessary and bold where to be expected.
The results, which required a little of future telling and a large portion of using our industry knowledge, are a little more daring than what you can expect in the development. All sold.
While respectful of its heritage and with the prospective occupants at the forefront of all our design moves, instead of dwelling on who those are and what their preferences may be, we built upon what we knew is expected.
A welcoming and impactful concierge, sanctuary 25m pool with sauna, gym, cinema and other onsite facilities, tied with fully integrated automated audio and visual systems.
Though restricted with the palette, the result is abundant with distinctive and carefully selected materials to complement bespoke in the house designed joinery and specifically briefed Italian make only furniture & fitting.
Designed to entice, to bend the living perceptions beyond the plain canvas you’d expect from the new build. To help visualise self within, we opted for the bold, impactful and daring, full steam-maximalism ahead.
Abundant layers of textured materials and finishes, boasting confident and charismatic, yet charming interiors. Straying away from the seriousness of the luxury interiors may impose at times, adding the element of playfulness through the placement of the unexpected elements within the setting you’d not place otherwise. Collage of design eras, vintage furniture pieces with contemporary lighting and modernist artistic installations, play a vital part in the overall scheme and the success of a whole.