Project Of The Week – Park Terrace

16:01 02 January in Business, Design, News, Thoughts, Tips

This week’s instalment of the #SBIDinspire series features the incredible renovations of a Category A Listed building in the heart of Glasgow’s Park District by Bernard Interiors.

This imposing five-storey sandstone townhouse, situated in one of Glasgow’s most sought after areas, majestically overlooks Kelvingrove Park with fantastic views across the city. The townhouse had lain derelict for over 5 years, once used as office space throughout the 90’s, and had fallen into disrepair.  Bernard Interiors were challenged to create a contemporary design whilst also utilising the historic and period features which run throughout the building. Bernard Interiors worked alongside the developer for three years to win planning permission to convert the building back to a residential dwelling. The client brief was to create a stylish and inviting family home with a luxurious finish and an abundance of high-end details to ensure ultimate “wow factor.”

Company: Bernard Interiors

Project: Park Terrace 

Project Location: Glasgow, United Kingdom 

Luxury Interiors, Interiors, Scotland, Design, Interior Design, Lux, Bernard Interiors, UK, Home DecorWhat was the client’s brief?

Bernard Interiors were challenged to create a design, which was contemporary yet sympathetic to the historic and period features which run throughout the building. The client brief was to transform a 9700 sq ft Grade A listed, derelict office building into a stylish, chic and inviting family home with a luxurious finish and an abundance of “wow factor” details.

Luxury Interiors, Interiors, Scotland, Design, Interior Design, Lux, Bernard Interiors, UK, Home DecorWhat inspired the design of the Project?

Glamorous 70’s influences were high on the clients as agenda, and can be seen throughout the home with interesting touches such as chaise lounge fringed in silk, large scale lamps and photography by Slim Aarons.

Luxury Apartment, Lux, Interior Design, Glasgow, Design, Luxury Design, UK Design, Bernard Interiors, Park Terrace GlasgowWhat was the toughest hurdle your team overcame during the project?

Due to the scale and complexity of the Grade A Listed building, maintaining and restoring period features including oversized bespoke cornicing, ceiling roses and original fireplaces in line with a contemporary edge proved challenging

Park Terrace, Glasgow, Luxury Interiors, Interiors, UK Design, Interior DesignWhat was your team’s highlight of the project?

The team enjoyed working closely with the developer to commission a bespoke chandelier designed by George Singer.  The chandelier cascades from the top of the stairwell to the ground floor, and features thousands of smoked glass Swarovski crystals creating maximum impact as soon as you enter the home, greatly enhancing the effect of the imposing staircase.

Why did you enter the SBID International Design Awards?

It is an internationally recognised award and we felt that our challenging project Park Terrace warranted recognition from this prestigious award body.

Luxury Design, Interior Design, UK Design, Bernard Interiors, Park Terrace

Questions answered by Jennifer Bernard, Managing Director at Bernard Interiors.

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If you missed last week’s Project of the Week with the truly majestic ‘Whale Bar’ designed by WOW Architects click here to see more

Entries were received, finalists deliberated and the winners of the SBID International Design Awards 2017 have been announced! Click here to see the full list.

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Bernard Interiors | SBID International Design Awards 2018



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