Design by UBER
Despite natural light to one side of this lower ground floor, the space comes alive at night. The area is divided into a games area with glass wine cabinetry display pertaining the bar and pool table from this super relaxed media area with an array of lighting controls.
My Bespoke Room
This timeless, plush, children's bedroom is great for that awkward age where children are growing into teens and want something still child friendly but not babyish!
A fun-filled family home for luxury entertaining designed by Mokka Design. This 7500 sq ft property has layer upon layer of personalisation. Including a secret door behind a bookcase disguising a secret loft space, where book spines list birthdays, special memories and favourite family reads. The lower ground and ground floors comprise three open-plan living rooms plus a family room, music room, study, gym, wine cellar and kitchen dining area.
Samantha Watkins McRae
In the bathroom we used a seamless plaster wall finish to allow the marble mosaic Istanbul flooring to sing. A backdrop for warm smoked bronze fittings and a bespoke shower enclosure bringing a subtle opulence.
The Interior & Architectural designers carried out a comprehensive renovation and extension of the Queen Anne style terraced house, in the Calabria conservation area, Highbury. North London, adding a rear ground floor extension. By introducing the rear extension the designers enhanced the dining and kitchen area which previously was undersized for the size of property.
Super stylish kitchen for a very contemporary new home. Tactile super matt and planked oak fronts mix up edgy and warm colour tones. Features 1200mm wide breakfast cabinet, cabinets to the ceiling, door colour matched handles, structured oak niche panelling, colour palette changing LED shelf and accent lighting.
The Bazeley Partnership
Located on the dramatic North Cornwall coast and within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the clients for this remarkable contemporary family home shared our genuine passion for sustainability, the environment and ecology. One of the first Hempcrete block buildings in Cornwall, the dwelling’s unique approach to sustainability employs the latest technologies and philosophies whilst utilising traditional building methods and techniques. Wherever practicable the building has been designed to be ‘cement-free’ and environmentally considerate, with the overriding ambition to have the capacity to be ‘off-grid’. Wood-fibre boarding was used for the internal walls along with eco-cork insulation and render boards. Lime render and plaster throughout complete the finish. Externally, there are concrete-free substrates to all external landscaping and a natural pool surrounded by planting of native species aids the diverse ecology and environment throughout the site. A ground Source Heat Pump provides hot water and central heating in conjunction with a PV array with associated battery storage. Photographs: Stephen Brownhill
Laroya & Co.
This large living and dining area is flooded with natural light and has gorgeous high ceilings and views of the garden beyond. The brief was to make it a comfortable yet chic space for relaxing and entertaining. We added pops of colour, textures and patterns to add interest into the space.
A wall of iroko cladding in the hall mirrors the iroko cladding used for the exterior of the building. It also serves the purpose of concealing the entrance to a guest cloakroom. A matte finish, bespoke designed terrazzo style poured resin floor continues from this area into the living spaces. With a background of pale agate grey, flecked with soft brown, black and chalky white it compliments the chestnut tones in the exterior iroko overhangs.
Impressive leather-textured limestone walls and Douglas fir ceiling panels define this zenlike living room. Integrated lighting draws attention to the home's exquisite craftsmanship. Project Details // Now and Zen Renovation, Paradise Valley, Arizona Architecture: Drewett Works Builder: Brimley Development Interior Designer: Ownby Design Photographer: Dino Tonn Limestone (Demitasse) walls: Solstice Stone Faux plants: Botanical Elegance https://www.drewettworks.com/now-and-zen/
David Charlez Designs