The brief

The brief for this luxury 7,700 sq m project, a complex build of exceptional detail, was to create the concepts for twenty eight spaces within the house. The design work included bespoke joinery, bespoke stone basins, the kitchen, seven bathrooms, the lighting layouts, the main fireplace and stairwell, bespoke external architectural metal work and finishes specification to include the swimming pool and spa. The upholstered sofas were bespoke as were the upholstered chairs and headboards. All furnishings and decoration inclusive antique pieces were specified by De Hasse


Over a three year construction period collaboration with the project management team, architect, contractors and other specialist consultants, enabled my vision for the interior of the house to be realised. Natural materials such as lime render, timber, stone, sisal, and alabastine paint, were used to offer a mix of neutral finishes, and allow the interior of the house to merge with the gardens surrounding the house. My work on  the architectural aesthetic throughout the house helped to drive the project towards the completion of aremarkable luxury property, designed to embody wit, elegance and warmth

The master suite

The master suite is a combination of timber joinery concealing storage, and a door to a room beyond, and doors to another room, and natural materials inclusive linen, stone, sisal and grass paper

The Living room

This first floor living room embraces the colour of the trees surrounding the building. White bespoke sofas sit on luxurious rugs and a pale oak floor. The bespoke coffee tables are made from corten and white micro cement. The fireplace was re designed to offer a wide, low chamber facia combining space for log storage either side the fire cassette. A corten back plate slices through the elevation of alabastine paint and honed granite hearth


The joinery design embodies simplicity and pale oak and the aesthetic mirrors that of the oak floor finish.  Hidden lighting is concealed in much of the joinery, and I designed the bespoke 2.8m long dining table to offer a clean white contrast for the living space which ties in with the kitchen and sofa’s beyond

Architectural design details

As part of the interior design package, architectural design details include a mirrored ceiling in the coat room,  a walk through colour changing light cube, a double height wall of lime render, and the design for external movable screens which surround the swimming pool. The concept for all the internal doors, including concealed frameless, sleek full height timber doors, and steel and glass doors were also part of the design specification. Throughout the house, floor finishes such as natural stone, pale oak flooring or sisal offer a lovely contrast to the wall finishes

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