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London Penthouse Renovation for a Young Art-Collector Couple

London Penthouse

Famous interior designer Fernanda Marques  is responsible for the renovation of this London Penthouse for a young family.

The young art-collector couple with two children wanted to revamp their 3-floor haven in London’s Belgravia. The architect was charged with fitting the valuable collection of art and design into day-to-day life in this penthouse apartment. In order to achieve the required balance, an in-depth study of materials and colours was required.

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In order to create brighter and more spacious rooms, many walls were knocked down, reducing the number of doors to the indispensable ones. By letting in more light, the unique space was unified. Photography Fernando Guerra

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