29th July 2020 | IN KBB DESIGN | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedIn Project of the Week This week’s instalment of the #SBIDinspire interior design series features a complete townhouse conversion. Prestige Design, in collaboration with Martini Interiors, were involved in the design and construction of different rooms of the villa, among which the living area and the kitchen stand out. The latter, in white lacquered and with steel details, was arranged in a horseshoe shape and equipped with a large central island, an imposing hood and marble worktops. The living area, on the other hand, is characterized by marble and lacquered wood furniture in pastel tones and is completed by sofas, armchairs and home accessories that give the room a unique style and a metropolitan vibe, but always in a luxury key. Company: Prestige Design & Martini Interiors Project: Stylish Chicago Townhouse Location: London, United Kingdom What was the client’s brief? The customer wanted a classy classical design, thanks to which he could share his status with friends and colleagues. The furnishings had to be very welcoming and warm, for a home to live in. What inspired the interior design of the project? The homes length was particularly narrow. This architectural characteristic inspired the entire design: custom-made furnishings to take advantage of every inch of space and symmetries. What was the toughest hurdle your team overcame during the project? Undoubtedly the shape of the house, which on the one hand made this project fascinating, challenging and extremely rewarding. What was your team’s highlight of the project? The coordination of the different phases, from the first design to the realization of the furnishings, up to the final installation. During each phase we checked the quality, keeping attention to detail in each step. Questions answered by Serge Belferman, CEO and President of Prestige Designs. We hope you feel inspired by this week’s design! Let us know what inspired you #SBIDinspire If you missed last week’s Project of the Week, featuring a Victorian residential refurbishment, click here to see more.