Holland Park by Shalini Misra

January 13, 2016

Holland Park – This 1922 Neo Classical house has been completely renovated and refurbished to reflect the owner’s contemporary taste for art whilst offering warm and welcoming living spaces.

A passionate art collector with her own art gallery in Istanbul, the client’s flourishing art collection consisting of works by both Turkish and international emerging, established and historically important artists, became the central focus for this interior.

As a family house, it was important to make this interior a welcoming space with sophisticated entertaining spaces.

A basement level, where vintage and industrial designs combined with diverse textures in a sophisticated neutral scheme was added.

All spaces in this project, such as the gym, family area, library and music corner, flow seamlessly into each other and are divided by the use of glass panels.

The luminosity that these partitioning permits, has been enhanced by using over sized skylights which provide an incredible amount of natural light and energy to this interior, particularly to the living room.

The Holland Park project is a mix of styles, surfaces and textures that beautifully marry together to create a look that is timeless and sophisticated. It’s a space where old meets new, style meets personality, and family comfort meets formal elegance.


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