Top of building, top of the luxury – this penthouse, designed by Amos and Amos, represents the latest trends in London interior design, features decorative elements from some well – known British designers and offers great 360 – degree views across London. The fashionable luxury is presented with sensible artistry and elegant style – the accessories and lighting by Tom Dixon, a limited – edition leather brogue table by Bethan Gray in the living room, and Lee Broom‘s Decanter lights in the hallway give the space unique and stylish character.
The architectural layout of the penthouse gives the designers great and challenging space to work with open plan, floor to ceiling windows that offer breathtaking urban views, a timber spiral staircase demarcates the transition between living room and kitchen – dining area, and leads to a leisure – time roof terrace and glazed sun room.
Bold refreshing colors, unique and stylish upholsteries and textures (space defining carpets, cushions from renowned designers – Eleanor Pritchard and A Minds Eye), best quality materials throughout the apartments – everything speaks of high style and trend defining London sophistication. The kitchen area is a combination of true chef’s professional quality appliances and the clear elegance of urban apartment. A modern kitchen-island with Basalt stone worktops and solid ash breakfast bar occupy the central working area. Cooper decorative elements, utilities and Tom Dixson lamps bring shining chic not only in the kitchen area but throughout the premise. Carrara marble and oak shelving in the bathroom, built – in wardrobes with sliding doors from oak veneer in the bedroom, Astroturf – style grass on the terrace – every material choice in this Wapping Lane penthouse is high quality and elegance. A places with style, modern appearance and unmistakable London living sensation, those penthouse apartments are clearly a trend defining interior design models.