In this renovation project the palette was kept stylish and simple. Three beautiful materials provide sufficient character and a luxurious atmosphere. Moreover, they fit perfectly with the authentic elements of the Victorian house, located in London.
The international design studio Red Deer, with offices in London, Los Angeles and Barcelona, was founded by Lionel Real de Azúa, Ciarán O'Brien and Lucas Che Tizard. As friends, architects and designers, they love to go in search of the unexpected both in their lives and in their work. Every adventure they face with great enthusiasm. This has already led to many unique projects, both residential and commercial. Although every realisation is completely different, there is a common factor. They are always extremely distinctive and atmospheric. Each element contributes to the whole and the result is a delight to the eye.
Fully-fledged concept based on only 3 materials
That is why we’d like to put this residency in London in the spotlight. A two-storey Victorian terrace house was thoroughly renovated by the Red Deer team, but with respect for the original elements and atmosphere. What makes for a stylish whole, above all, is the limitation of the palette of colours and materials. By choosing only three main materials, Carrara marble, walnut and black Corian, an exclusive look is pretty much guaranteed.
However, what attracts most attention and is an enormous added value for this house, is the custom-made joinery in the kitchen, hallway and bedroom, which is also reflected in the new staircase.
Photography by Mariell Lind Hansen & Jim Stephenson