This London apartment has it all:chic grand piano and designer furniture, bright color accents and thoughtful decor. The editors have not seen such unusual and bright interiors for a long time. These apartments in South Kensington are the result of the merger of two apartments. The Italian Teresa Sapey, known primarily for projects of hotels and underground parking, was engaged in their unification. However, she succeeds in private interiors just as well, and this apartment is a direct confirmation of this. Teresa Sapey, architect Teresa is an Italian architect-designer, since 1990 - the founder of his own studio in Madrid, Estudio Teresa Sapey. She graduated from the Turin Polytechnic University, after - the master's degree at the Graduate School of Architecture in Paris and the Parsons School of Design in New York. Currently he is engaged in private and public interiors, and also teaches at the Complutense University of Madrid. The apartment is located in a 19th century mansion, and therefore all the relevant elements are present in it: high vaulted ceilings, spacious rooms, bay windows, arches, long and large windows. In total there are five bedrooms, five common rooms andFive bathrooms. In public areas, the designer emphasized the historical spirit of the era with a noble white finish, expensive parquet floors, gilded radiator grilles and stained glass windows on some windows. Since this apartment is "folded" of two, itlogically divided into two wings. One contains the master and guest bedrooms, dressing rooms and home gym, the other contains a kitchen, dining room, pantry, laundry room and two more bedrooms. Each room has its own floor covering (carpet or marble), while all windows, cornices and moldings are designed in the same style. To create a contrast and boring interiorThe designer has thought out a color palette so that in all public zones white and black colors dominate, and for residential rooms a more colorful tonality is chosen. Neutral finishes and classic architectural elements are the perfect backdrop for patterned, varied textures, extravagant lighting fixtures and modern bespoke furniture. The apartment has a lot of art objects and unusual,Deliberately bright decorative elements: we see here and vases of bizarre forms, and colorful candlesticks, and modern sculptures. Such a stylistic decision Teresa explains with his desire to create a modern high-level house without historical and geographical barriers - a house in which a unique interconnection of architectural styles of the past, present and even the future is created. We had a reason to keep silent about the owners of the apartment - for nowThey simply do not exist. The project is prepared for sale: it is possible to purchase luxury apartments of more than 600 square meters for 21 million British pounds.
December 19, 2017
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