We were contacted by a client carrying out an interior re-fit of a public library in Ireland. Their design required a hook-on library ladder and rails to access the books at the very top of the bookshelves – some three metres up!
We work with clients to design shower frames, shower screens and shower enclosures in a variety of styles, materials and finishes. Whether it be an individual, single glass panel (like this project) or…
Here we have another example of our collaborative relationship with high-end cabinet makers, Halstock. The location of this project was at Exton Park Vineyard, where lovers of fine wine can experience the indulgence of 60 acres of Hampshire through their private tastings, member-only events and exquisite spaces.
We might know a thing or two about cocktails, but when it comes to cabinet making and brass, we know exactly how to mix the perfect formula.
We were approached by a long-standing client looking for a bespoke shelving unit for their kitchen. The brief was simple: to create a contemporary unit to be suspended from the ceiling.
The chosen materials complemented each other perfectly; dark timber shelves and nickel-plated brass tubes, rails and fittings.
Globally, we are becoming increasingly aware of our impact on the environment. Many people are now making conscious decisions based on the environmental credentials of the companies they buy from. Attempting to be eco-friendly has become a mainstay of our daily lives, from where we buy our food to what we clean our houses with. So conscious are we to be more ‘green’ that even interior design choices are becoming linked to sustainability and environmental impact, with people selecting materials which are easy to recycle. Incorporating metal furniture into an interior design scheme offers a sustainable solution for the environmentally conscious client.
This bespoke home gym was created for a renowned interior design company, whose client was inspired by old school gymnasiums and gentleman’s club interiors. Instead of a hi-tech, clinical looking space, their carefully curated mood board reflected the design intention for their basement gym to be a grown-up natural continuation of their home. It was important to them that this new space didn’t feel like an uncomfortable add-on.