In the press – Intérieur London was featured on Amara.com
The LuxPad explores one of the studio’s latest show home interiors.
Set in the heart of Kensington, in one St Edward’s most recent developments, Intérieur London were instructed to design a luxury contemporary show apartment to reflect the lifestyle of the borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Intérieur London projects express a high note of classic and timeless beauty whilst being comfortable and easy to live in. The overall style of the development is contemporary and it was the aim of designers Danielle Marsh and Federica Gorni to create a rich, luxurious show home interior to complement this. Great attention has been given throughout the apartment, with a rich use of textures, layering patterns and materials to give depth to the modern building.
In the press – Intérieur London was featured in the The Collection Issue 1 2018 of the Fine & Country magazine. “The aim of the design was to inspire international property purchasers with a classical English style of architecture resembling country homes of a bygone era, but with a modern twist. The brief laid out a goal of providing every possible luxury finish available to a modern audience, coupled with fresh, contemporary and polished design.”
In the press – Intérieur London was featured on abode2.com
Elevating a luxurious living space is no easy feat. Stephen Penn caught up with David Ferns from Intérieur London to find out about the company’s most exciting recent projects.
It takes a keen eye and a wealth of knowledge to sympathetically design the interior of a classic and historic home. Not just a case of dressing up a beautiful space – there is considerable talent involved when it comes to creating a luxurious living environment, all the while retaining the true character of a space.
In the press – Intérieur London was featured in the Volume 2 Issue 17 of Adobe2 magazine. “Two recently completed award winning projects, in two contrasting locations, demonstrate why interior design practice CID Interieur have been at the forefront of luxury and super-prime real estate for the past decade. Their studio, based in central London, has an exclusive client base ranging from the UK’s top multi-residence developers to bespoke private residence developers.”
In the press – Intérieur London was interviewed for www.larchitecturedaujourdhui.fr
Could you present us your activity?
We have been working on private residences and luxury hotels projects for the past ten years, in the UK, in the Caribbean and the Middle East. We have also been working on development projects of multiple large scale residential units, such as Wimbledon Hill Park and Kensington High Street. Our team is composed of talented and highly experienced professionals; their wide scope and diverse experience enable them to provide unique design solutions for each and every client. We don’t have a recognizable house style, each project and client is like a fresh canvas for new ideas and lifestyle thinking.
In the press – Intérieur London was featured on Buildington.co.uk
The interiors, designed by Intérieur London, have been influenced by the glamour of nearby five-star hotels such as The Savoy and Waldorf Astoria. The same team is also working with a few other Berkeley’s development, such Kensington Row and Smithfield Square.
In the press – Intérieur London was featured in the Volume 2 Issue 6 of Adobe2 Asia magazine. “Founder and managing director, David Ferns has built a strong, talented and highly disciplined experienced team of professionals. Founded in 2009, their wide scope and diverse experience enables them t provide truly bespoke, unique design solutions for each and every client something David feels is an essential ingredient in the creation of pioneering super-prime, luxury interior design.”
The 2017 New Homes Awards champion excellence across the housing spectrum — from compact starter flats and flexible family homes to fantastic factory lofts and swish new mansions. The Penthouse at 190 Strand is another award-winning project designed by Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur).