Refurbishment of this two leveled apartment with Master Bedroom on mezzanine level. Double height ceilings. Restoration of wooden stairs. Concrete tiles.
Great example of in-fill architecture. Complete 180 degree project. Originally built in 1862-1879 with large courtyard at the back. We have transformed courtyard to living room. Extended property to the side to create kitchen area with vertical skylight. Open fireplace view from dining and kitchen area surrounded by baltic birch plywood became main feature.
Family home full of design treasures. Floss floor lamps with Eames style Ero by Kartel + Starck dining chairs, Persian rugs and light washed oak flooring make this space unique and warm. Art by Lebanese contemporary artist brought from Beirut. Cant resist this retro find - 1980 Miss Dorn accent chair by Starck.
The Hub project realised as focal point of Independent Hotel Show. Space to inspire creativity and the sharing of ideas. First interior design project with Plumen 002 bulb.
North Fish Restaurant was refurbished with minimalistic approach. We have restored with love all listed timber panelling to its period glory. This panelling is a main feature of the space allowing a glimpse into the past. All furniture have been reused and reupholstered. To add natural light to back of the restaurant rather large oversized skylight has been placed in the middle of the space. The use of industrial lighting gives a character and individuality to this great landmark restaurant of Bloomsbury.
Fork Deli Cafe has won an award for best restored shop front in Marchmont Street. The decor is very much about nature. Natural materials. Drifted, reclaimed wood on table tops, recycled brick and some parts of white washed oak paneling give this space unforgettable feel. All styled with air plaints in copper himeli by Ro Co House of Plants.
Ku Bar refurbishment was a dream project. 360 degree light sticks installation to the ceiling, 100% recycled smile plastics counter top, Arte wallpapers and honey coloured Parla bar stools make an impressive mixture. This interior is truly unique and unseen on night scene of Soho London. Anya has even designed her own wallpaper called Grid to emphasise distinctive and individual approach. Quirky art by Mark Wardel trademark artist.