Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi is globally acknowledged as the husband of Princess Beatrice – Queen Elizabeth’s daughter – however, he holds a similarly esteemed status within the property world.
Edoardo, a developer and founding father of Banda, a house and interior planning practice, has unveiled the studio’s latest project – a penthouse near Westbourne Grove, London – presently listed for £6.9 million ($9.47 million).
The apartment, which sits around the side of Hyde Park, is explained Banda among the ‘latest and many exciting projects in prime central London’ – and among the world’s best homes. Here, we have a tour.
The penthouse is on the fifth floor of the mid-nineteenth-century property that exhibits an attractive stucco façade. However, as the exteriors are something to behold – the interiors are more inspiring.
First of all, upon entering the house, the home showcases grand entryway ideas through its entrance hall leading in to the open-plan living area. The entryway showcases an accumulation of artworks, together with a sculptural piece in silk that’s mounted on your wall by artists Ursula Nistrup and Lotte Henriksen.
Banda outfitted the living area with low-level yet delicious furniture to intensify the peak from the eaves although drawing your skills towards the black Marquina marble hearth created by Edoardo and the team.
They added a distressed overmantle mirror to highlight the oak beams to produce a French barn aesthetic among the British capital.
Double doorways lead in the primary living area to some dark grey marble kitchen – to some diner that works as a catalyst of dining area ideas. Stand-out elements range from the outfitted dining room table and chairs created by the Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret.
Meanwhile, the penthouse includes a large master bed room suite having a marble bathroom, double shower, and separate dressing area. These walls are carried out in an excellent eco-friendly plaster from Studio Loho, inside a nod to probably the most searched for-after hues of year.
There’s additionally a further art-filled guest bed room having a walnut headboard with Rose Uniacke side tables.
Plus, the two,300 sq . ft . apartment also boasts yet another 500 sq . ft . private roof terrace – which functions like a trove of small garden ideas – through being able to blur the lines between your exterior and interior spaces.
‘The sense of nature and lightweight is ever-usual to the types of materials used and also the views within the garden square. Using its own private, expansive terrace, the proprietors can seek solace high above Notting Hill and fully immerse themselves meaning of overall calm,’ Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi explains in the discussion from the space.