Creating Connectivity Between Interlocking Spaces
Designed by Guy Stansfeld Architects, we refurnished this three-bedroom Notting Hill property with the aim of creating connectivity between the many open-plan, interlocking spaces. Our brief was to temper the mood of its previous interiors which had been Brutalist in style and featured wooden and angular pieces with heavyweight materials.
"Brian has great ideas and worked hard to find new materials and cost-effective solutions to upgrade our fit-out. In addition, he was comfortable working in a number of different styles, but at the same time he was able quickly to hone in our preferred look and feel, and to come up with a thematic idea for our redecoration."
Playing with different surfaces to accentuate light, the clear glass table top and lightweight dining chairs reflect and illuminate the light from the wine glass storage just beyond the dining table.
Using a warming palette of colours in rich yellows, soft greys and vibrant oranges, the seating area which focuses on a fireplace is instantly grounding.
Upon completion of this project, Designed by Woulfe was proudly shortlisted for the International Design and Architecture Awards, 2018.
As the house is hidden away in a quiet Notting Hill mews, we wanted the interior design scheme to reflect its positioning, and make it a place for unwinding and decompressing after a busy day in the city.
We crafted tranquil spaces to sit and relax, such as a library area nestled in the corner of the principal bedroom.
For an unexpected and memorable take on a headboard, we repurposed a beautiful cracked gesso art panel from Rupert Bevan, specialists in exclusive hand finishes.