Sutherland Place

The challenge for us on this project was to create a light and open feel to this West London studio flat, whilst allowing for the functional spaces to be concealed when not in use.

Working with Fran Hickman, we refined the design by replacing the existing kitchen and bathroom with a series of cabinets that neatly enclosed the bath, toilet, kitchen and wardrobes. The project was full of interesting challenges and required bespoke detailing throughout.

Our role

design detailing, installation



Wicker cane panels were used for the bi-fold doors that conceal the bath, creating a nice translucency to that side of the room. In contrast, leopard print fabric panels were set into the kitchen, wardrobe and toilet fronts, where solid doors offered the option of creating additional storage on the inside face.

In the bedroom we designed two floating oak veneered shelving units with a limed ash inlay detail, for clothes and shoe storage.

The hand painted black and gold dressing table with flip up mirror and the matching chest of drawers sit comfortably either side of the master bed.