Our little gem of luxury for today comes from London-based firm Prestige Architects Ltd. Founded and managed by Italian architect Marco Braghiroli, Prestige Architects works with clients throughout the UK and abroad who require high-end, bespoke boutique residential designs.
With a firm commitment to elegant results and an ever-expanding portfolio (many of which are from repeat clients), the firm has also walked away with several industry awards. In addition, it’s also been selected to appear in the book “The World’s Most Glamorous Homes 2018: celebrating design excellence, technical content and aesthetic creativity”.
Let’s get inspired by one of the company’s most recent accomplishments: a deluxe penthouse in Paddington, London with an area layout of 150 m²—and a design to die for.
Located in the heart of W2 area, this dated property featured three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Presented with a task of rationalising the space and improving the interior flow of the apartment (in addition to creating a new bathroom), Prestige Architects set out to deliver first-rate results.
Mission achieved, for the finished project and professionals were shortlisted for the International Design Awards 2017!
And one look at this living room, complete with its elegant furnishings, classic colour scheme and eye-catching touches (such as that sublime round window), shows us just how committed these pros are to providing top-notch designs.
As a kitchen is first and foremost a working zone, a decent amount of functionality must also be present in its final design. Fortunately, this cooking space boasts both brains and beauty, thanks to it being fully equipped with Italian appliances and Carrara marble tops.
Far too many people deem hallways as unimportant, seeing them as nothing more than ‘in-between’ zones meant to connect main rooms. Clearly, these experts feel differently, judging by the easy flow of the interior layout, plus the elegant finishes applied to this hallway.
Notice how the creamy, neutral colour palette makes this hallway seem far more spacious (and graceful).
Creatively linking back to the social living room is the main bedroom, thanks to its matching round window and clean colour scheme. A handful of patterns and textures ensure character for this sleeping space, beautifully balancing detailed surfaces with subtle style.
All bedrooms have also been fitted with bespoke joinery, complete with walnut inserts and carcasses, to further up the rooms’ commitment to style and functionality.
Let’s indulge in a few more images that further detail this unbelievable penthouse.
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