Exquisite excellence – are the two words best describing this contemporary project of urban dwelling for the stars. These very trendy, fashionable and high-class apartments are composed in an environment that demands nothing but excellence. Occupying the first floor of an architecturally impressive former industrial warehouse, the East, and West apartments are Victoria Beckham’s former design studio and are neighbors with Norman Foster‘s iconic architectural practice and adjacent to Vivienne Westwood‘s fashion house – so their contemporary and artistic emanation is not only understandable is expected.
The bespoke developers CLPD were entrusted with the design of the spaces and their approach – to create an exquisite combination between industrial and organic using premium materials and high-class design brands is turning the space into iconic trend definer. For furnishing and design elements, the developers used renowned brand pieces from Minacciolo, Vitra, Rexa Design and Carl Hansen. Laid amongst the traces of the industrial history of the building, enhanced by the polished concrete floors and the contemporary wooden paneling the designer’s furniture chooses and the thoughtful details create welcoming warmth and stylish decor.
The vast open space of the main living premise that unites the kitchen – living room – dining zone compound is filled with contemporary lighting solutions, furniture and glitter elements that had not only stylish features but are also a representative of modern functionality. That is especially true for the kitchen appliances provided by Minacciolo, the Italian design furniture company and their Natural Skin collection, that characterize with its monolithic sculptural purity and high-class functionality. Homage to the eco-friendly lifestyle and sustainability are paid by using 100% recycled materials for the doors of the place or for the bespoke tiles by Mutina that decorate the bathroom. And as a very impressive cherry on top a natural spring in the warehouse basement is providing the source of water for the ground floor.