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Ebury Square

Date published: January 01 2017


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The client enlisted Maurizio Pellizzoni to create a sophisticated but masculine look

This deluxe two-bedroom pied-à-terre with three bathrooms is situated in the exclusive Ebury Square development, London. It was originally bought off plan in Singapore, by the client - a business professional.

To distinguish the interior from a typical show home, the client enlisted Maurizio Pellizzoni to strip away the ostentatious scheme and create a more sophisticated but masculine look that encapsulates subtle luxury. The result was a very organic and neutral colour scheme, combined with a touch of red for continuity throughout, successfully integrated with beauitful signature artwork and gold finishes.

The kitchen was converted into an open plan space to create an interior that was comfortable enough to live and entertain in. The ground floor effortlessly brings the outdoors inside with the orchids that Maurizio dressed the living area with. Curved contours and linear shapes feature throughout the apartment and the abundance of reflective glass finishes create an illusion of space that complements this concept beautifully. The main feature in the living area is the striking original piece of art that Maurizio found on a trip to New York by Farin Urland. The upholstery and soft furnishings complemented this palette with beautiful layers of linen and cotton. All rugs have been custom made in grey, brown or green tones.

Maurizio saw architectural details as integral to the scheme and personally sourced items such as the living room light and sculptures from Terzani to complete the look. The geometric themed art work that Maurizio sourced also plays an important role here.

The master and guest bedrooms both feature strong interior schemes with blissful en suites, continuing the architectural theme with framed artworks. The client wanted the guests to feel just as at home in the guest suite as he did in his master bedroom, so the same feel was maintained in both bedrooms. 

Designer: Maurizio Pellizzoni

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