Gallery Rossana Orlandi was opened in 2002 in a former tie Factory in the Magenta neighbour, the space is articulated in a not traditional way mixing together, showroom, a retail store, offices and a courtyard for events and meeting with no limits! Galleria Rossana Orlandi has a mission to promote, […]
This project that London Design Agenda brings to you is a renovated mansion in London. Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts of Manhattan interiors studio Haynes-Roberts were the ones responsible for this incredible result!
The project had the collaboration of Stanhope Gate Architecture, the designers completely transformed the timeworn home and you will be stunned with the power of the colors they choose and even more with the stunning furniture pieces chosen!
What matters? The details, of course, because a dedicated designer will always give that unique touch to a project with some great decorations that you never thought of. As an example of the living room design there is a Picasso that lights up the whole space, also the simple yet chic chandelier..look at that!
The chandeliers throughout the house were custom-made Lobmeyr chandeliers.
The Murano-glass sconces from John Salibello are incredible and the walls remember us of a castle far, far away with a delicate blue satin.
The house’s best-known feature, is the neo-Rococo library “Our first approach was to make it as fresh as it had been in the 1930s,” Haynes says, though ultimately its patina was conserved through gentle cleaning. “It was satisfying to bring the room—indeed, the entire house—back to life while respecting its history.” The clients wholeheartedly agreed. They even went so far as to track down the long-absent 1734 Jacques de Lajoue capriccio that inspired the library’s fanciful scheme, returning it to its rightful place above the faux-marbre mantel. Surely somewhere the last Beit baronet is beaming.
This project is an authentic castle mansion-like. Don’t you think?
Timothy Haynes and Kevin Roberts focuses on high-end residential projects for clients in the United States and abroad. Their approach to design is one of careful editing, connoisseurship, and comfort. The resulting work is a modern distillation of classic design that is spare, elegant, and inviting.