For an internationally renowned Fashion Designer harryclarkinterior converted a former Victorian tram depot into an atelier and generous loft living space. Extensive offices and studio spaces were created over three storeys crowned by a pivate duplex penthouse.
The client’s wish was to maintain the industrial patina of the existing architecture, and which had to be defined as such.
harry clark emphazised this urban dialectic by processing various inspirations: Berlin’s historical buildings as well as the famous Parisian “Maison de Verre“ by Pierre Chareau and the international Art Déco of the 20s and early 30s. Structured concrete, London underground tiles and victorian floorboards painted in as commonly known red “Oxblood“, gave the entire design concept a genuine ambience.
A bespoke range of furniture by harry clark, industrial vintage design and fitted carpets and rugs in finest goat mohair were combined with exquisite seating furniture namely by famous designers like Jacques Adnet. This interior design aimed to meet the highest standards and quality.