Courageous with colour, playful with pattern
Eye-catching interiors for Prince of Wales Drive apartments
Our client wanted us to capture the renewed energy and optimism of Battersea.
On top of this, our designs needed to appeal to young professionals, Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) investors and Chinese owner occupiers.
So we set to work creating a series of lively and vibrant interiors, full of colour, pattern and texture – qualities that abound in MENA and Chinese design.
Work, rest and play
Since the pandemic, the average worker expects to conduct business from home 1.25 days a week. It was therefore important to create clear zones for the professional, social and familial aspects of people’s lives.
Live and breathe art
Made from sustainably harvested moss and other vegetation, living wall art can improve air quality, boost productivity and reduce stress.
For comfort, we piled plump pillows and custom-made cushions against a bespoke headboard made from a multi-coloured weave and rust velvet.
The colourful pictures of birds, by Peruvian photographer Pedro Jarque Krebs, have been added for good feng shui.
“Angel O’Donnell’s use of vibrant rich colours, statement furniture pieces, thought-provoking artwork and tactile feature beds have been extremely well received by our clients at Prince of Wales Drive.”
The building’s exterior is made up of strong vertical lines of brick and metal. This inspired the design for our handcrafted TV unit, which comprises fluted silver-grey oak and burnt orange lacquered cabinets. For visual warmth, hidden LEDs emit a soft glow at night.