Beauty, refinement and legacy lace Belgravia’s 12.8 acre Chelsea Barracks, where we crafted the neighbourhood’s show apartment; uniquely championing the dynamic relationship between contemporary design and the Barracks’ vibrant heritage.
Drawn to its history, we sought to honour and reflect the site’s heritage as a former active barracks through immediate references to its environment – including the ivory hues and regal palette of the site’s exterior – alongside creative introductions of military minutiae; finding a quiet inspiration in the infantry and artillery flair of the force. Making refined reference to the midnight shades of navy and sovereign gold abreast military attire, the result is a profound, understated exploration of comfort, legacy and luxury. Comprised of two living rooms, four en-suite bedrooms, a principal bedroom with adjoining dressing room, kitchen, study, cinema and dining room, there is a pragmatic balance between function and flair across the 4,300 square feet residence. Rife with bespoke crafted furnishings, the space also incorporates an artistic flair – including the works of Andrew Martin, Arteriors and Colbourns.
Alongside this we also crafted the ambient interior of The Garrison Club; a world-leading, exemplary service facility offered to the residents of the barracks. Providing an exclusive, lavish lifestyle to the locals, we mirrored the mix of opulence and utility through the relaxed form of its ambiance with the inclusion of material glamour – emphasising and celebrating the delicacy of tactility.
An understated exploration of comfort, legacy and luxury.