A sensory immersion designed to evoke a feeling of eminent elegance, this Brighton East project embraced a modern minimalist approach that focused on high material qualities and well refined details.
The material palette, partly inspired by midcentury modernism, accentuates the relationship between the interior and exterior spaces.
There is a clear and careful consideration of lifestyle, with the North facing living space adjacent to an outdoor entertainment area, overlooking the lush lawn and pool.
A masterclass in textiles, the house highlights a striking synthesis of different textures such as brick, white marble, and mosaic tiles, which add a sense of irrefutable luxury to the home.
The compelling contrast of the concrete floors with teak ceilings, large oak doors and wall panels is robust and timeless, adding warmth to the interior.
Floor to ceiling windows throughout the living areas and bedrooms accentuate the sense of space and provide a haven of natural light, while a central spine divides public and private spaces, offering a more intimate experience within the home.
“The Eccentric range in particular was selected as we felt that it held a strong consistency throughout all fittings. Visual aspects of the fittings aligned with the overall theories, and the functionality assisted in modernising the design whilst still paying homage to the traditional concepts”
- Jon McKimm, InForm Director.
The Eccentric range of tapware, showers and accessories is designed with seamless functionality in mind, providing a refined aesthetic suitable for a modern bathroom.
A project completed by a most impressive team of creative minds, this Brighton East house was built for a lifestyle of luxury and leisure.