No. 1 Grosvenor Square is definitely one of the most desirable addresses in London. That is where Yabu Pushelberg decided to create their sophisticated London apartment. The duo designers together with Lodha UK developers, brought the forgotten charm of the building back. At the same time, they adjusted it to modern 21st century style.
The building features 44 elegant residential units. Each unit goes with its own private lift and entrance foyer. The foyer of course leads to an elegant apartment. A rare, indigo blue vase by Hermés welcomes guests at the entrence of this sophisticated London apartment. The vase is only a beginning of the story that the design duo wanted to unfold.
The centre of this sophisticated London apartment fills a spacious and airy living room. The room is light. On the floorings there is a silk rug. What is more, through the windows we can admire the largest square in Mayfair. Moreover, the windows and mirrors on the walls illuminate the interior. In this room, the designers mixed different fabrics and and made them interlace with each other. We can find combinations of velvet, silk or tweed that match to the bright orange and deep blue. Of course the designers would not be able to omit adding vivid patterns, antique furniture and contemporary classic ornaments.
Yabu Pushelberg decorated the walls of the main bedroom with linen and raphia wallpapers. In order to salute Art Deco decor style, they put a four-poster bed. Kelly Wearstler’s table lamps modestly complement the bed.
As it comes to an art, in an London apartment it is as important as design. That is why, on the hallways we can find the artwork from Cadogan gallery. What is more gold, brass disk was exclusively designed for this space, such was a bespoke walk-in wardrobe. Every detail is polished and done with a great accuracy so that the apartment could provide a tranquil retreat from city living.
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Photos: courtesy of Architectural Digest