Our Favourite 5 Landmass Interior Design Projects
Over the last 16 years, we have changed the perception of how London property should be designed. We believe the most desirable homes are those in which space and light flow seamlessly throughout.
Grosvenor Crescent Mews
The Challenge: How to introduce natural light with no windows to the rear? The Solution: We formed retractable roof light, on top of a 10.5 metre atrium with waterfall feature. The Result: Sold for £7.5m, a record local price in 2010.
Belgrave Mews NorthThe Challenge: To create a bright and functional basement interior design. The Solution: We raised the ceiling height to 3.2m, installing a glass opening that allows you to see the sky. Light was enhanced by natural materials and internal glass windows and the largest copper fireplace in London creates the wow feature. The Result: Sold for £6.9m in 2014, considered to be the most expensive single mews ever sold in London.
The Challenge: To create an iconic design without detracting from the neighbouring Victorian terrace; to maximise all the useable space in this restricted site. The Solution: We incorporated a well-lit double basement and a contemporary design to complement the Victorian architecture.The Result: Set for completion Q2 2015.