London-based bespoke interior design and architecture practice Lawson Robb have completed the Lancasters Hyde Park project. Completed in 2011, the luxurious property can be found in Hyde Park, London, United Kingdom.
Lawson Robb have excited the world of agents and developers by coming up with a strategically alluring design style that appeals to the broadest possible market of international high net worth buyers market.
Over the last eight years, the firm has ardently pursued the art of style invention. And they found that there are certain common threads that appeal to all: superior quality, luxurious and unusual finishes and materials, natural but rich colour palettes and meticulous detailing. A scheme that is not too elaborate but not plain, impressive but not ostentatious would be the answer.
Further inspiration was drawn from elements of the predominant cultural: the rich intricate inlays of the Middle East; the vibrancy of Southern Asia; American understated classical detailing paired with the simple lines and impeccable quality of European design. The calm proportions and structured patterns of the Far East were also important influences, as well as the idea of incorporating subtle elements of more opulent detailing seen in traditional Russian design.
Layering of these select elements allowed their harmonious marriage into a stylishly balanced scheme of understated luxury and sophistication. Materials used for interior design include silver leaf, pyrite, leather, rich walnut, lacquer, shagreen, glass, metal, velvet, silk wallpaper, marble, antique mirror.
Unveiling of this ‘International Style’ in the Lancasters show apartment has caused quite some excitable ripples and significant interest from the agents, developers and clients alike. The luxury London apartment is of the highest standard possible and has the wow factor.