House in Trafalgar Square

The transformation of this 18th century grade II listed Georgian house into a family home started with the creation of a calm, serene master bedroom suite. The feeling is of a spa as the bed faces onto a free-standing Boffi bath and moulded white basins in Crystalplant. Two new studies, one in pristine white with matching Corian table, the other with an exuberant gold leaf ceiling, a guest suite in a sunken basement and a dedicated cinema are integrated into the lower floors. The 1st floor becomes a grand living space for family and guests. A beautiful, light-filled, uplifting room for dining and socialising, is centred around a Maarten van Severen untreated French oak table. A white, streamline Boffi kitchen wraps the perimeter; turning around the corner, it surprises with a black wall of appliances. The ground floor rooms, lined with walnut veneer shelves, are more formal with upright and grand pianos for practice and performance.