Lawson Robb has featured on Departures online in their article which details the interior design studio’s work on a five-bedroom show apartment at Chelsea Barracks.
“Interior designers look to all different areas for inspiration from nature and art to history. But the creators of a five-bedroom home for sale in London used a unique source for their vision: a car. The interiors of Singer Suite at Chelsea Barracks were inspired by the Singer Porsche 911, the sought-after collector’s item named for the legendary Porsche engineer Norbert Singer.
Currently on the market for over $42 million, the 6,050-square-foot home takes up an entire floor at 1 Mulberry Square, a boutique condominium building. The residence is within the newly finished section of Chelsea Barracks, the unprecedented 13-acre, $6 billion real estate development in the heart of one of London’s most exclusive neighborhoods. The project has been 12 years in the making, and Prince Charles was even involved at one point.
As far as the Singer Suite, designer Lawson Robb embraced Singer’s belief that “everything is important.” That means every shape, form, bold color accent, and detail was integral to the overall design of the space. You’ll also notice a lot of clean lines and carefully selected furniture to define the spaces. Meanwhile, wrap-around floor to ceiling windows provide 360-degree views across London.”
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