This 7,000 sq ft house by Studio Indigo had been built to a developer’s standard of design and finish; architecturally it was uninspiring and poorly laid out, with three staircases and a maze of rooms, compounded by sub-standard services and extensive damp. Studio Indigo redesigned and rebuilt the house in seven months from start to finish. The internal spaces were replanned, and the three staircases rationalised into one. Each of the individual rooms was designed to give a distinct character and identity, including a master bedroom suite with a stunning vellum-lined 1930s-inspired dressing room.
Photography: Andreas von Einsiedel Interiors