This large apartment is in a prime central London location – an ideal spot for luxury living, but the building itself had originally been a council office and its 1980s conversion had resulted in very bland, albeit large, spaces. Characterless and with a poor layout, the first role for Morph Interior was to manage the flow of occupants throughout the space to best suit the way in which they used their home. As the clients did not live in the UK, designer Dyfed Price worked hard during their short visits and via skype to get the design and layout agreed.
The bathrooms were key elements of the project though. Price worked to reconfigure the two bathrooms in the property, changing the layout to create two stunning wet rooms. He said: “By using Hansgrohe Axor Citterio and Gessi designer copper brassware, the rooms have a crisp, marble canvas with pops of metallic colour, reflecting the clients’ requirements and style. Each of the bathrooms were clad in large format 1.5m x 3m porcelain marble tiles, creating a seamless finish and further adding to the opulence found in the apartment.”
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