FIFTY SHADES OF WHITE:
A CONTEMPORARY LONDON TOWNHOUSE
Все оттенки белого в интерьере таунхауса, расположенного в
западной части Лондона в Портобелло сквер. Одна из задач заказчика - "создание пространства совершенной галереи", в которой будут размещаться работы из местной галереи. Дизайн и реализация Suna Interior Design, живопись и графика из галереи "London Westbank Gallery".
London-based interior design practice Suna Interior Design has completed
the 50 Shades of White project. Completed in 2015, the luxurious townhouse is
located in Portobello Square, London, England.
50 Shades of White project in Portobello Square, London, England :
The white-on-white interior design of this townhouse layers abundant shades of white, using texture and nuances of tone. This captivating, alabaster design is home to a contemporary selection of white items of furniture that were to create the perfect ‘gallery space’ to display eclectic works of art, supplied by a local gallery, says Suna Interior Design.
Unique works of art adorn the walls, bringing bright punches of colour and intrigue to the rooms while alluring white pieces of furniture, such as the egg chair and Twiggy-style lamp in the living room add a subtle glamour.
Suna Interior Design’s co-director and interior designer, Rebecca Tucker created this bespoke design for Catalyst By Design’s townhouse in their new development, Portobello Square in Portobello. “We wanted to design something unique, involving the local community. A talking point, something that hasn’t been done before” said Tucker.
This luxurious London townhouse is unique in that it is simultaneously a successful show home and a pop-up gallery. The artwork has all been supplied by local, London Westbank Gallery, situated in Westbourne Grove. Each work of art has been specifically selected to hang in its own space. “It was important that the townhouse should feel like a home, not just a gallery” said Tucker. “To this end we worked with the gallery to select the best works of art in order to create the best design possible. It was important to get the right combination between show home and pop-up gallery. This is partly why we went for the white-on-white colour palette – to better show off the artwork, while still enabling ourselves to design a luxurious interior design, befitting of this home.”
White-on-white dining room design with Richard Zarzi’s Andy Warhol Consumerism on the wall and an eye catching chandelier hanging over the stylish white table.