Geometric patterns are becoming increasingly popular across the interior design industry and especially across soft furnishings. Using pattern with a modern edge can bring interest and a contemporary flair to any interior space. With so many new developments popping up across the capital, it’s imperative that show homes use the very best interior design and latest looks to stand out. The LuxPad rounds up some of the best new show homes featuring geometric patterns in their interior design below…
White City Living
Developer: St James
Pricing: From £650,000
Sales Enquiries: 020 3811 2197
St James’ White City Living is the highly-anticipated next chapter of the vast White City regeneration area and will introduce 1,477 new homes alongside eight acres of bright open space to this former industrial area. A new two-bedroom show apartment has recently been unveiled with interiors by The London Design Group. The interiors draw their inspiration from the surrounding areas of Notting Hill and Westbourne Grove, creating a modern feel with an eclectic twist. Patterned, colourful fabrics have been used throughout the show apartment to add contrast to the neutral colour palette – a theme which permeates the interior design of the entire scheme. Throughout the show apartment carefully selected furniture pieces create a modern aesthetic, with colourful geometric patterns across soft furnishings adding vibrancy and a contemporary feel.
Developer: St James
Prices: from £1,500,000
Sales Enquiries: St James, 020 3642 9714
Brewery Gate features an exclusive collection of 28 spacious four and five-bedroom townhouses, set within a gated mews with private gardens – conveniently located directly opposite Twickenham train station. St James’s latest showhome is inspired by feng shui, using calm muted colours with an emphasis on blues and green – the colours of growth and new beginnings. The five elements of feng shui (fire, earth, water, wood, metal) are represented through shape throughout the home, in furniture and wall coverings, with particular emphasis on nature-based geometric patterns.
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Pricing: £475,000 for a one-bedroom apartment
Sales Enquiries: 020 3817 7000
Located in the heart of Southfields, moments from Wimbledon Common and Putney Heath, Cambium comprises a total of 55 apartments and 55 townhouses, surrounded by beautifully landscaped green open space. Each of the buildings has been specifically designed to maximise views of the green, creating a feeling of security and encouraging a culture of community interaction. Lendlease has recently unveiled a new phase of townhouses at Cambium in Southfields – The Boulevard Townhouse collection which comprises just seven five-bedroom homes. Each home offers contemporary interior design, with neutral colours complemented by injections of colour through the use of soft furnishings with geometric patterns.
Prince of Wales Drive
Developer: St William
Pricing: from £760,000.for a one-bedroom apartment
Sales Enquiries: 020 3053 6901
Prince of Wales Drive is transforming a five-acre former gasworks site next to Battersea Park into a thriving new community of 955 homes, surrounding 2.5 acres of carefully considered open space, including landscaped gardens by renowned urban planners Gillespies. Interior design at the scheme uses a palette of geometric patterns across materials and bold colours that uniquely belong to Prince of Wales Drive, including brushed bronze metal work and gunmetal taps and bath/shower fixtures. Apartments are finished with a host of bespoke interior features specially commissioned for the development. Door ironmongery has been modelled on the signature architectural structure of the gasholders and perforated metal kitchen unit doors and fluted glass shower screens each pay homage to the heritage of the site with a contemporary and refined approach.
Developer: Hadley Property Group
Pricing: From £935,000
Sales Enquiries: To register your interest contact Hadley Property Group on +44(0)800 540 4377
Chelsea Island is an exclusive collection of 89 high-end apartments in the heart of Chelsea’s designer hub. The new scheme introduces a collection of one, two, three and four bedroom apartments and penthouses, private rooftop gardens by famed floral designer, Neill Strain, and landscaped public realm at the gateway to Chelsea Harbour – an area fast-becoming one of London’s most sought-after riverside addresses. Showcasing a modern take on traditional British craftsmanship, each home at Chelsea Island has been expertly designed to create a living experience that captures the ideals of comfort, attention to detail and elegance. Optimising the abundance of natural light with floor to ceiling windows throughout, the apartments boast an enviable specification that features integrated Gaggenau appliances together with a sophisticated palette of materials that include natural stone, brassware and luxury timber, with modern geometric patterns picked out in the soft furnishings to give the apartments a contemporary feel.
Developer: St James
Pricing: From £665,000
Sales Enquiries: 020 8246 4190
Introducing 186 high specification apartments, The Dumont presents a combination of patterns, shapes, angles and textures, both internally and architecturally – creating a vibrant and energetic cultural destination at the centre of Albert Embankment. Created by interiors specialist Spinnochia Freund, each apartment has been finished with the finest materials and state of the art appliances, to achieve an aesthetic that epitomises classic luxury. Various shapes and angles – a combination of curves and straight lines – have been teamed with splashes of bold complementary colours, such as blues and deep oranges, alongside brushed metallic finishes, to create an exciting sense of movement and dimension with every detail. Designed to take advantage of its waterfront setting, the building is angled to fully exploit the downriver perspectives, with many river facing apartments offering views across The Thames and Houses of Parliament. Forming a geometry of architecture, The Dumont’s graceful structure – by David Walker Architects – intends to complement and contrast with its two neighbouring schemes, The Corniche and Merano Residences. Rising 30 storeys in height, it is the tallest of the three developments, and the concluding piece to form a striking new landscape for Albert Embankment.