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Mayfair Penthouse


This small sitting room has my Axum Stripe fabric stuck to the walls to give it warmth. The heating and AC units in each room are covered in a different one of my fretwork designs. My King Vidor design sofa (with feet of roughly carved oak) is covered in a DH weave, with a DH carpet on the floor. My endtables have vellum drawer fronts and lining.


A detail of my bronze Ring handle against the sanded oak door. I made the original handle in clay and wire at my kitchen table, and love that it now sits with museum-quality porcelain.


In the master bedroom, an off-white David Hicks textured carpet sits on the parquet floor, with a vermilion bedspread and blind. I designed the off-white lacquered unit, with doors in a diamond-trellis pattern of faux bamboo mouldings, to hide the TV.


A corner of the hall. It had already been finished in polished plaster. I kept the structure of beams and columns in this, making it feel boldly architectural, framing the overscaled printed fabric that was stuck to the walls. I designed the simple pedestal for the Khmer head.


One of my client's Khmer antiquities, for which I made this pedestal base: a block of pale sycamore wood on an open frame of slender steel. The silk curtains have a scarlet grosgrain ribbon border; the bergere is covered in my David Hicks York Castle cut velvet. The walls are painted in blocks of very slightly different parchment tones.


The long entrance hall, with no natural light, already had a lot of brown in doors, marble floor borders and furniture. I decided to add more, to make it seem intentional, with a hugely bold David Hicks Ottoman-style print that makes this formerly grim passage into a vibrant, exciting transition space. I love the way the chair back blends into the wall.


My client has a beautiful collection of Chinese porcelain, for which I designed this display cabinet in sanded oak and off-white lacquer, with bronze strips on the front and my bronze Ring handles. The piece was designed to be as big as possible, in order to display the full collection, but not be built-in; rather, to 'float' in the space.


The room has a huge textured carpet, woven for it in a bold hexagon pattern. On the sofa, smaller hexagon motifs in my Hexagon House chenille weave, its natural colours accented by jolts of scarlet Herbert's Carnation and horsehair cushions. On my sycamore-and-steel console, a Dubuffet sculpture. It is such a pleasure to design around great art.


At one end of the room stands this bench that I designed in limed oak with a scarlet leather seat.