Design et Al Shortlisted for our Regents Park Penthouse Project.
NW3 Interiors are proud to announce that their Regents Park Penthouse Project has been shortlisted for the Design et Al UK Living Space award. ‘For over a decade, The International Design & Architecture Awards, hosted by design et al magazine have supported the global interior design and architecture industry and brought together an elite group of the world’s leading design names.’ – Design et Al.
‘What does receiving this award mean to you?’
Being shortlisted for such a prestigious award is a great feeling. We love to choose beautiful pieces for our favourite brand to create beautiful and practical homes for our clients. To have that recognised for an international award makes us even more proud of our work. Endless days, long nights and a lot of hard work goes into providing timeless spaces in short time frames. This project specifically, as we were given such a small amount of time to work with. However, this project was one of the first, if not only project where we were given free rein with our choices and designs. Because of this we were able to create something that was a true reflection of our design abilities. Showcasing what we can do when we’re offered the chance.
‘What was your inspiration behind the Regents Park Penthouse Project?’
Our inspiration for the design was initiated by the client originally. When we had our first meeting, the client came fully prepared with clippings and cut outs from magazines with a selection of her favourite pieces. We were immediately able to recognise the collections she had chosen from a handful of our favourite brand partners such as Knoll, Gubi and B&B Italia. We were a good match from the start! Our client specified that she wanted to bring colour and prints into the space as it was a fairly neutral base palette. Being Indian, her and her husband enjoyed rich colours and tones, and interesting patterns. We wanted to provide this for the space, while retaining the period charm. Utilising the pink from the iconic chandeliers in the space we chose
‘Which were your favourite pieces supplied in the project?’
That’s a tough one! I wouldn’t say we had any specific favourite pieces, as they all were! Because we were given control over the project, it meant that we were able to supply a handful of our favourite pieces from a selection of our top luxury brand partners. The pieces we included such as the Florence Knoll Sofa, Barcelona Day Bed, Saarinen Conference Chair, Bronze Platner Coffee Table, Grasshopper Dining Table and Red Baron bookcase from Knoll. Alongside the Gubi Beetle dining chairs, Tidal Rug from The Rug Company and decorations from Amara Living. All of which have been our favourite choices for quite some time. It was a wonderful opportunity to be able to collate them together in one project.
‘When can we expect to find out the result?’
All Design et Al shortlisted entrants are required to send representatives to the awards ceremony, the ceremony will be held in London, September 2020. So keep an eye out for us sharing the link to vote for our project. We can’t wait and we’ll be sure to keep you in the loop on our newsletters and socials!
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