Lawson Robb has featured on Mansion Global online in their article detailing their work on a five-bedroom show apartment at the highly-renowned Chelsea Barracks development.
“Residence 12 features interiors inspired by the classic Singer Porsche 911, the sought-after collectors item among car aficionados that was named after the legendary Porsche engineer Norbert Singer, according to Mr. Wood. Named the “Singer Suite,” the luxurious, tailored home was designed by Lawson Robb, a London-based interior design studio.
The Singer Porsche 911 is a “timeless symbol of beautiful design and luxury,” and Lawson Robb saw a lot of parallels between the car and its iconic design and the Chelsea Barracks project, Mr. Wood said. Specific design details in the Singer Suite that connect back to the Singer Porsche 911 include the chandelier in the formal dining room that evokes the pistons in a Porsche engine, bronze metal details used in various Arooms that evoke the 911’s “fascia,” and a color palette that pays homage to the retro-modern features of vintage Porsche cars.
The home is a “layered, contemporary and sophisticated composition of finishes and textures” that acknowledges the heritage and history of the Chelsea Barracks site while “embracing the future of luxury London living.”
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