In the case of this Hyde Park house, the client enjoys great success in the entertainment world. Whilst showcasing the intelligence and sophistication behind the exuberance, I was compelled to reflect his stage personality in his home.
Andrew Beasley is a London based photographer specialising in presenting interior spaces and architecture. He has a BA (Hons) degree in photography and over ten years professional industry experience.
After many years of living in the Near and Far East, our clients retired and returned to London. They wanted a base which is easy to manage, comfortable, feels stylish and new and is also a good backdrop for their art collection.
A newly married couple approached me in a bit of a quandary. They had just bought a brand new house in north London. It certainly ticked all the boxes, with lots of space and plenty of bedrooms for a potential family and visiting parents.
The sheer scale of the Dollar Bay penthouse is instantly striking. Presented over 4-storeys, this is penthouse living for those with lofty expectations. The louvered facade means that wherever you are in your home, a real sense of space is unmistakable. It looks like we are not the ones that are pleased with the apartment WhatHouse 2017 has given a golden medal.
The Marylebone apartment was affordable as it was still in its 1958 state — charming yet freezing — and the shower was a rubber contraption pushed over the bath taps. Easily solved you’d think with my experience of designing and refurbishing homes for clients, but life is not that simple.
Situated on the edge of a leafy garden square in Holland park, the Blue House is a Grade II listed Georgian, four storey, end of terrace house. Although almost in a state of ruin, the house had undeniable potential and Studio indigo set about resurrecting it to its former glory.