We loved working on this Chelsea home and getting inspired by its owner. Luminosity, generous display zones and creating links between the various floors of this house were key to the thinking behind this design. A central shaft linking the floors together was turned into a vertical garden embedded within a Mondrian inspired marble pattern and antiqued mirror panels. The latter allow the owners to look into different floors of the house through the mirror reflections. An out-dated unnecessary aluminium window was turned into a seamless glass display case, further adorned by the vertical garden in the background. The bedrooms were refurnished and decorated to reflect the personalities of the tenants. An intellectual art loving writer, a young teen with a passion for the guitar and a little girl whose favourite colour is blue. The master bathroom was gutted and reconfigured to become more space efficient yet more practical. A garage was converted from a storage space to an ensuite cosy bedroom and the basement was refurbished to provide a study area for the girls and a dining room/kitchen space.