Project Orange was appointed to completely refurbish a five storey Grade I listed Regency period townhouse at the centre of a Nash terrace overlooking Regents Park. The terrace was damaged in World War II and largely rebuilt in the 1960s, with the loss of much of the interior historic fabric. Our brief as architect and interior designer was for a turn-key project to deliver a luxurious family house respectful of the Regency style providing every last detail down to towels in bathrooms and chinaware on the dining table. This was to entail a complete remodelling of the property including the creation of a roof terrace and provision of new services to include air conditioning throughout.
Project Orange elected to combine both antique and contemporary furnishings to create a hybrid style we labeled Deco-Regency. Luxurious finishes include Italian Statuary marble, hand painted silk lined walls, polished nickel and oak parquet. All art was procured in collaboration with the client and an art consultant.
Chester Terrace Completed
Our project to refurbish a five storey Grade I listed Regency period townhouse overlooking Regents Park in London has been completed.
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