An elegant six-storey Georgian house complete with a connected mews building; set around an attractive garden square in the heart of Belgravia, London. We worked closely with Pringle Richards Sharratt Architects, and designed all aspects of the interiors, including the fit-out, the selection of furniture and the curation of all artwork, in collaboration with Richeldis Fine Arts.
The project is one of England’s largest contemporary Country Houses, reinstating the heart of a historic estate in the location of a lost Arts & Craft manor house.
The private client brief us on what is important to them, and our interior design evolved around Family, Nature and Art. The innovative, minimal architecture, designed by Pringle Richard Sharratt, continues the tradition of the grand, formal country house in a pastoral landscape. Our design process started with a simple question: How do you create interiors for an ambitious project that reinvents the English Country House for the 21st century? For centuries, the ‘Arcadian Dream’ - a romantic vision of the good life in harmony with nature - has been at the heart of the English Country House. Our interiors interpret that idea by extending the outdoors into the interior spaces, and connecting spaces to Nature. The interiors seemingly “belong” to the site, and feel rooted in the local context.
A design concept that builds on tradition with a timeless expression of comfort, shelter and generosity.