A newly built development opposite the historic Tate Modern in London,
boasts a contemporary and comfortable residential suite, specially designed
for the style-conscious and taste-discerning professional.

A minimalist interior, with eclectic overtones - the brief was to create a practical,
relaxing and contemporary atmosphere, that would be favourable to renting or selling
the property in the near future.

Going with a light and neutral palette - The scheme pays homage to the
cultural institution that it stands next to - featuring pieces inspired by post 1930's
design and combining elements of rustic, retro, and modernism.
Juxtaposing natural textures with synthetic forms, and vice versa - warm, earthy tones
and colours of ash and oak timber sit in both contrast and harmony, against the high-gloss,
synthetic shapes of vacuum-formed polypropylene and hand-blown glass.

The flat features a custom, full-height corner storage unit for the client's wine collection,
in addition to ample low-level cabinetry within the feature, LED back-lit entertainment unit,
which also functions to define the different areas within the space.
The intention was to maximise storage, in order to easily maintain the open-plan concept
and clutter-free minimalist look, that is often perceived to be so incompatible with current,
every-day, consumerist living.

With names like Foscarini, Flos, Kartell, Lutron, Vitra, Umbra, Dwell, Hewi, Bulthaup,
Bose and Samsung – The scheme showcases an international who’s who of designer
furniture, lighting and technology, creating a luxury home to the highest of standards.

                                                                                                                                                                             
 
  Neo Bankside  
  Beau-Rivage
  Park Hyatt
  Claymore Suite
  Cigar Lounge
  Models
  Palafitte
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