The brief for the Mews House residential renovation project was to reconsider the internal configuration of the house, transforming what was once a family home into a living environment for a single occupant. The homeowner was after an exciting and unique living space that enhanced the period charms of the property.
The architectural and structural design process involved a complete dismantling of the interior, stripping out all floors and walls to accommodate the new internal layouts.
Bespoke Crittall windows and doors break up interior spaces. They also frame an internal courtyard in the basement extension, which is centred around an old olive tree that has been planted at the base of a double-height light well.
Views onto the courtyard can be seen from the cinema room and spa.
The spa includes two-way glass for privacy. When clear, the view looks out to the courtyard. Floor-to-ceiling glazing maximizes on light.
A key feature of the interior design is a bespoke kitchen with brass detailing, lighting and handmade, quilted upholstery.
The kitchen is designed and made by MannMade London in collaboration with our interior design team.
Bespoke furniture exists throughout the house, including handmade wall-hung sideboards, a wine cellar, tailored shelving solutions, fitted wardrobes and vanity units.
There is a dominant use of veneer and brass to create our signature refined industrial aesthetic.
All furniture was designed and made by MannMade London.
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