We refurbished this stunning Victorian flat with its impressive cornices - we restored the original floors and introduced a fresh and modern colour palette to create a blank canvas for the client’s collection of contemporary furniture and artwork.
The study received a gentle overhaul by introducing large windows that bring the morning light into the room and transform the space completely.
The tired bathroom received a modern, cool industrial look with a walk-in shower. Dark colours on the walls with light, textured tiles combined with matt black brassware and hints of brass give it a subtle sense of luxury.
A new home should be a reflection of the client’s personalities, interests and their lifestyle.
The basis of this concept design is rooted in the client’s interest in Buddhism: the four elements, air, fire, earth and water are the main inspiration for the design. All four elements are present in the neighbourhood of Chelsea Bridge Wharf and used in the design. It incorporates the Asian simplicity and tranquility and spirituality and offers the comfort and practicalities of modern life.
A liveable combination of warmth, textures and colours that create a place of serenity, happiness, harmony and balance.
contemporary swiss chalet
This alpine residence is overlooking the nearby village and has spectacular views over the mountain ranges of Davos.
We drew inspiration from the local venacular and created a modern bathroom using local materials that perfectly fit into the existing rustic atmosphere of the chalet.
laboratorium bar & restaurant
Majestic and beautiful churches that are at the heart of our neighbourhoods sometimes cease to being places of worship.
This study analysed how a church might be transformed for an alternative use.
Taking inspiration from the contour lines and the shape of the land - the contoured interior floors bring the outside inside and undulating lines alternate from the horizontal to the vertical and back. One of the most important aspects was not to touch the existing architecture but to embrace it and create an organic box within the existing architecture that stands at the heart of the building. Different levels are introduced that connect different levels by bridges and curvaceous staircases. Organic shapes complement the use of different textures, natural materials and fabrics in muted colours.
The other inspiration is hidden underground - gems and crystals. Their shapes and colours forming an underground bar, like a geode, with a starry ceiling covered in amethysts and crystals to create a luxurious space.
In naming the restaurant is a reference to two elements: the desire for experimenting or working in the kitchen, represented by the word ‘labora’ and the building’s former use as a church is represented by the word ‘ora’.
skincare brand office
The concept for the office of an international skincare company was to create a cool yet elegant and timeless design that represents modern women that like a hint of luxury and a certain edge.
The brand’s colours and shades of peacock blue, salmon and bronze create a welcoming and reassuring ambience and the striking meeting room cleverly hides ample storage behind those golden lips!