Goddard Littlefair transformed two of Beaumont Collection penthouses in the iconic 31-storey residential building designed by Dutch architects UNStudio.
Nestled on the 25th floor, with sweeping views across London, each apartment includes close to 2000 square feet of living space, three double bedrooms with two en-suite,
separate bathroom and powder room, a study and spacious open plan kitchen and lounge area with dual aspect panoramas enjoyed through floor-to-ceiling seamless glass.
The client brief was to create a comfortable and welcoming living space, with a sense of style and luxury expected from such distinctive building and high-level London living.
As a result a modern and serene sanctuary environment was achieved by countering the cold feel and hard materiality of glass with curved furniture and delicate tactile materials. Custom furnishings in tones of blush, light blue, and cream join a mix of materials from light wood, marble, and ceramics to demure metallics, creating layers of personality and
reflecting the design of the building’s façade.
In the bright and spacious living area, an Aromas Del Campo chandelier illuminates dining chairs by Chapel Street. The dining table is by Fabrili, as are the living area’s sofa
and club chairs, around a custom side Zanat table made of maple base and unique hand carved scallop pattern.
Smooth Balthaup cabinets line the kitchen, with Blanco Claron stainless-steel sink bowls and Gessi taps. In the sun-lit bedrooms, Kelly Wearstler lamps rest on the Julian Chichester side tables bookending a Fabrili bed.
The atmospheric patios provide breathtaking panorama of the London skyline and feature Fabrili chairs sitting beside lamps by Aerin.