Archive for Selected work

Residential – London

Residential – London

Metallic fine combed plaster for two rooms in a modernized period building. Special tools had to be made to achieve this finish using one of the last craftsmen in England capable of producing such fine steel tools.

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Brookfield Place, New York

Brookfield Place, New York

We were asked to support the artist Barry Reigate to produce his 175 ft spray painted artwork for Saks department store in Brookfield Place. Working to a tight deadline with restricted site hours and conditions, we spent a number of days with Barry choreographing the process of masking and spraying…

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Residential – West London

Residential – West London

Ezralow Design asked us to reproduce a high gloss finish to match a wallpaper sample, which needed to be applied to walls and ceiling for an intimate dining area in west London. Household gloss paint was used to produce a deep mirrored finish. Photography courtesy of…

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Le Meridien Hotel Lobby – Istanbul

Le Meridien Hotel Lobby – Istanbul

We were asked to fabricate and install “Untitled” by MUSTAFA HULUSİ Mustafa Hulusi’s diverse practice, including painting, video and installation, centers on the mining of what could be termed as the collective unconscious. Quoting and re-presenting aspects of the known and familiar via different conventions,…

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The Manor Bistro – London

The Manor Bistro – London

Working from the agency concept and graphics we were asked to gild the window signage for a new modern bistro in Clapham London opened by Chef Robin Gill. We used genuine silver leaf and enamel to achieve the precise lettering and fine lines of the…

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Residential – London

Residential – London

We worked in close collaboration with our fantastic client on this project as they had a clear vision but were unsure of the options available to them in achieving this without compromising the original style of the property. Traditional subtle vertical stripes were hand painted…

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