In the 1950’s section, we unraveled a double height space with raw concrete columns and ceilings, which changed the pace from the Georgian grandeur. This gave us entirely different parameters to work within, as the space took on a raw and industrial feel. We softened the look with reclaimed parquet flooring and a neutral colour pallet.
Lastly, we installed a series of floating walls made from various textures. These visual assets provide an interesting background to the space whilst reflecting the building architecture style.
All fixtures and fittings were designed and made by AMD from mixed materials; raw steel, brass, plywood and solid oak. Furniture within the space is Anthropologies own, whilst LED lighting was provided by Iguzzini.