1508 London was commissioned to do the interior design of one of the largest and most remarkable houses in central London. Originally built in 1775 by the renowned Robert Adam, the 21,000 sq ft, Grade II* listed property marries rich history with contemporary luxury, setting a new standard for quality and style and has acted as a film set for The King’s Speech, Kate Moss and Amy Winehouse. The brief was to transform the property into a home suitable for 21st century luxury living. The interiors blend meticulous craftsmanship with a creative reimagining of the grand spaces, resulting in a classic, timeless aesthetic. Bespoke joinery, beautiful marble, hand-painted wallpapers, and artisanal chandeliers complement beautifully preserved period details including a wall installed in the 1800’s, with double-leaf mahogany doors, that slides into the floor opening the ground floor into a spectacular 30 metre space.