Life imitates art

Our single male Norwegian client worked long hours in the City and travelled regularly.  The apartment was a lovely classical space in South Kensington with high ceilings and lots of natural light.  When we first met, the client didn’t have a stick of furniture to his name.  However, he did have a few pieces of vibrant, colourful art work that he was extremely fond of and which would become the inspiration for our creative work.

We chose versatile furniture adding stronger accents (navy and chartreuse – straight from the canvases) to the mainly neutral palette and commissioned elegant bespoke pieces of furniture (extending Wenger dining tables, buttoned ottomans in dog-tooth cashmere) which he came to consider to be works of art in themselves.

They wove my art into the fabric of my home, removing the line between art and interior design.