The two central pieces of this dramatic home grace the dining space that sits next to the living area with a TIE Fighter-inspired dining table and the bright red Darth Maul double-bladed lightsaber.
When you live in a city where you can enjoy the weather outside almost all year long it does makes sense to design a home that seamlessly blends the interior with the outdoors. Nestled in a lovely little neighborhood of the designed by Paul Cremoux Studio is a wonderful example of a flowing design where the exterior and interior become one.
One of the biggest challenges during the design of this multi-level house was both its unique orientation and the flood of sunlight that entered the house because of the giant glass wall that connects the living area with the pool outside.
The fifth-floor apartment has a more industrial-retro feel to it with exposed concrete walls and an iron frame-coated glass closet setting the mood indoors. Space-savvy décor and smart lighting complete the interior where comfort is coupled with ergonomics in an efficient fashion.
Another striking feature of the house is the way that it blends a dash of Asian minimalism with modernity as the simple wooden decor in the living area coupled with furniture salvaged from the homeowner’s old residence creates a relaxing stylish atmosphere.
Passive cooling techniques along with the presence of a pool ensure that the dependence on artificial cooling is kept to a minimum creating a pleasant ambiance and conserving energy at the same time.
Combining the charm of the 70s with midcentury décor and a touch of glitz and glam with contemporary ergonomics and trendy design the interior of this London residence offers the best of both worlds. The recipient of the award from United Kingdom Property Awards it is easy to see why anyone would instantly fall in love with this soothing and chic interior.