Liverpool Lawn

Built in 1828 and situated on a picturesque Georgian Crescent, a stone’s throw from the English Channel, this Grade II Listed home was transformed into a stylish, minimalist abode.

Having sadly had many of the original features and fireplaces removed by previous occupants, our client’s brief was clear: contemporary living whilst retaining the classical features of this beautiful building.

With a stylish yet subtle palette of heritage colours, the design team sought to compliment the sophisticated architectural interior by creating an open kitchen and eating space complete with wooden cantilever shelves, concrete bespoke pieces and cleverly concealed illumination.

Stained oak floors, shadow gap wardrobes, marble bathrooms, and an inspired treatment of the traditional wrought iron stair create a warmly elegant statement property.

Client: Private
Size: 1900 sq.m
Status: 2015
Budget: £250K
Design Team: Zachary Pulman, Yu Ling Huang
Collaborators: Vola, Plane English, Element 7, Tom Dixon, Delta Light, Bette
Photographer: Denis Smith


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