Bila Wabi Sabi is our no ordinary project because it embraces one of cult Japanese philosophies called ‘wabi-sabi’, or ‘imperfect beauty’. Its calm white (‘bila’ means that clean color) interior contrasts with a bustling city outside.
This 2000 sq ft West London home was completely rebuilt from the inside out and 500 sq ft of basement added to create a 5 bed, 4 bath family house with two double reception rooms. The project was completed by London-based studio Cox Architects.
This 1000sq ft Holland Park apartment was originally the second floor of one the white stuccoed villas. The conversion to flats meant that over time many alterations to the original layout had accrued.
The plans were designed for a couple with two children who wanted a loft conversion type with efficient use of space. The concept was to open up the ground floor by taking down the existing partitions wall and placing the bedrooms on the upper floor.
The Beldi is a converted loft space in east London, overlooking St Leonard’s Church and its surrounding treetops. Occupying the entire third floor of a former shoe factory on Shoreditch High Street, this elegant three-bedroom live/work apartment has been crafted to a wonderfully refined design by celebrated husband and wife duo Chan and Eayrs.
This mansard apartment project is designed for a young family who loves comfort in general and comfort in the interior in particular. During project concept designing, our vision has perfectly matched to the client needs, that led to a great chemistry in our cooperation on the one hand and fruitful results on the other.