cA clear winner, Ulf Motitz’s collection is inspirational. The use of different materials and the kaleidoscopic colours is at the forefront of contemporary fabrics. Designs such as Cabaret, with its bold juxtaposition of shape and pattern, show a fabric master at the top of his game. The shimmering translucency of the collection brings a whole wealth of opportunity for the interior designer, and enables fabrics to be used in the most contemporary of schemes.
This ingenious update of wooden panelling offers the designer an easy to specify surface treatment for any wall.
Include a home entertainment, lighting, automation and security network throughout the five storey house and in the annexe building at the end of the garden.
Designed by architect John Nash
The bath, set in a plinth flanked by a steam room and toilet, and basins play a central role yet do not overpower the overriding sense of calm.
The ease of circulation around the kitchen, which includes a potentially problematically large underlit island garnered special praise as did the combination of the beautiful wood tones and the artisan feel of the metalwork.
The designers’ ebullient use of colour and shape – inspired very much by nature – transform what could have been a cold space into one with warmth, wit and imagination.
Studio Off’s stunningly innovative use of shape and material, including copper walls, to create spectacular schemes that reinvent the space.