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Tom Bartlett founded Waldo Works over ten years ago and works with partners Sasha von Meister, Andrew Treverton and staff across a wide variety of projects including interiors and architecture as well as custom products and furniture.
“Waldo Works is recognised for its modern British design output and has worked with inspirational individuals and companies; changing derelict spaces into elegant apartments or translating a brand’s identity into an engaging physical environment.
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Waldo Works tries to connect its work to the heritage of a place while remaining tied to the present. They enjoy understanding a client’s needs and aspirations for their projects, so that they can fully customise their designs to these requirements.
The designers are interested in providing environments that create a real resonance for the user, be it home or hotel.
NEO BANKSIDE PENTHOUSE
High above the Thames next to Tate Modern, Waldo Works were asked to design a penthouse for Native Land in this landmark building.
Taking inspirational cues from the wide sky views, we looked at celestial movements and sacred geometries to generate pattern and form. The duplex is designed with a real family in mind, with areas to work play and reflect.
A double height library was fitted – tottering up the wall and turning to a desk area on the upper walkway.
Playful children’s rooms and a serene master bedroom sit at the top of the tower, while the kitchen is designed to extend into the watery blues and greys of London and its river.
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