Luxury Interior Design
in New York

Elicyon is unrivalled at creating the distinguished, sophisticated spaces that New York has become renowned for. A London based design studio with a highly qualified, dynamic team; Elicyon merges the best of British design with influences and materials from across the globe to construct bespoke, luxury designs that match their client’s lifestyle.

The team at Elicyon are highly skilled with a wealth of experience between them. Charu Gandhi, founder and director, is a registered Architect and has been working in architecture for close to two decades. Together, Charu and the Elicyon team provide a personal, accomplished service to clients; creating exquisite homes with scrupulous attention to detail that demonstrates their passion for uniqueness, materiality and craft.

This depth of knowledge combined with international connections has allowed Elicyon to undertake a wide variety of projects, with varying budgets and divergent levels of specification and intensity. From designing the concept for this five-bedroom duplex apartment set in a classic brownstone townhouse on the Upper East Side, to creating this incredible 3-bedroom apartment in London’s prestigious One Hyde Park development.

Elicyon designed the concept for this five-bedroom duplex apartment on the illustrious Upper East Side of New York City. Elicyon’s brief for the Manhattan property was to redesign the spacious interiors and to source the bespoke fitted joinery, furniture and lighting. The design was created with a vision to seamlessly marry a monochrome design style with timeless elegance whilst adding glamorous details and finishes.

Located in London’s prime location of Mayfair, this impressive lateral apartment was designed by Elicyon in a luxurious and contemporary style. A rich palette of navy blue and cream, with accents of delicate gold detailing that flow through the space. The crystal chandelier spirals beautifully across the bar in the reception room, while striking screens with brass detailing and a marble floor inlaid with a deep blue pattern, add an Art Deco feel to the scheme.


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