I’m so excited to share this project again for anyone who didn’t see it the first time around. I was asked by Obbard to consult on this historic building and came up with the concept, colour scheme and look and feel for the five apartments. Come and look around and rediscover the details you might have missed first time round.
I was invited to work on this iconic (I don’t use that word lightly) London building a little over a year ago by Obbard who asked if I would consult on the concept, the colours and the look and feel of the apartments, which, at the time I first visited were run down and empty. Obbard had already redesigned the layouts to create five lateral apartments from what used to be a collection of small pieds a terre built for gentlemen to use when they came up to town to visit clubs or entertain women who possibly weren’t their wives. The Grade II listed building now belongs to the wine merchants Berry Bros & Rudd and we all immediately agreed that we wanted to develop the apartments in a high end, sustainable and eco-conscious way, as far as was possible, for what was to become a collection of rental flats.
If you like the colours used they are from Graphenstone and are as follows:
Off white walls Bougie
Yellow Ceiling – Lamplight
Red Ceiling – Barolo
Green Ceiling – Aspidistra
Pink bedroom and bathroom – Powder Pot
Brown room – Bookcase
These are special colours so if you want you need to ring 01379 772940 or email [email protected] and ask for what you want.