3D model, The hallway leads to the main social area where the position of the furniture defines the use of the space. The left of the hallway leads to the bedroom en-suite that is clearly divided into functions; sleeping, dressing, showering.The office is hidden from the social area but wide doors connect it to the dining table that double up as extra working space.
Prevalence of classic modern furniture pieces
Living Room Samples
Concrete flooring brings texture to an all black and white interior
The client is a female in her early 30’s. A professional interior designer working from the flat. She has quite a dark personality, is keen on cosy and protective spaces. She loves socialising and frequently has guests for dinners and parties.
The flat needs to be practical but also work as a showcase for the client’s work. She would use the space to meet up with clients and discuss project ideas. Connection with the garden and focus on social spaces are a must.
Bedroom en-suite with walk in closet, separate office space, WC for guests, open fire fireplace and barbecue area.
To use the project as a statement of the designer’s style and taste, using sensuous curves and a very manly palette of contrasting colours, whilst still keeping to a very functional lay out. Removal of all interior walls forming an open plan social area and extension to the rear.
- Location: North London, UK
- Services Involved: Consultation, design, tender drawings, house styling , procurement and project management
- Type of property: Traditional Victorian Terrace House
- Structural changes; Yes, removal of internal walls and new opening to the garden
- Area: 93m2=1000ft2