PRIVATE CLIENT HOME
Making elegant reference to the architecturally celebrated Knightsbridge distinct in which it resides, our craftsmanship behind the Chelsea Townhouse allows the space to feel at home in its environment, whilst giving it the freedom to be proud of the eccentricities that make it so unique.
Having restored its original 19th century façade, our focus shifted towards its connection to the adjacent Westbourne River – the veritable soul of the area – finding harmony, influence and poetry within its elegant ebb and flow. The water’s virtue was conceptually addressed through the tranquil, plentiful ambiance of the space, as well as aesthetically conveyed through the lively use of blue in features and furniture; the inky hue of which was mirrored in the abstract artworks that bedecked the interior walls. These features found their counterpart through contrasting tactility and colour, such as the dark timbers and light translucent materials implemented throughout, creating a palpable, striking tension across the space. Utilising this tensity, the home’s salient furniture introduced both a sculptural and textural force to the space, the symmetry of which found its footing alongside the installation of geometric chevron flooring, and the subsequent preface of remarkable detailing. Fundamentally timeless, the culmination of these abstract, pragmatic and refined moments champion not only where the home has come from, but also set it up for what will come next – writing the next chapter in its hallowed story.
UNIQUE ECCENTRICITIES INSPIRED
by the WESTBOURNE RIVERS ELEGANT
EBB and FLOW.