P R I N C I P A L R O O M S
E N T R A N C E L O B B Y R E C E P T I O N / D I N I N G R O O M K I T C H E N
G U E S T C L O A K R O O M M A S T E R B E D R O O M M A S T E R B A T H R O O M
F U R T H E R E N - S U I T E B E D R O O M S
B E D R O O M L A T E R A L A P A R T M E N T
O V E R A L L D I M E N S I O N S 2 9 1 S Q M / 3 1 3 2 S Q F T
Notable for its striking textures and finishes, the uninterrupted rhythm
of the interior at Number Three gives structure to the harmonious blend of classic and contemporary design.
Like a shimmering cascade, hundreds of lengths of draped chain combine and link to illuminate the arresting
entrance hall, the organic fluidity above reflected in the polished Bianco Perlino marble below. Barlas Baylar’s
iconic Atlantis chandeliers are further reflected in the floor -to-ceilingmirror which brightens and amplifies the
sense of space, defined within bespoke oak joinery. The play of light is continued in the adjoining cloakroom,
whose handmade Briolette glass basin is faceted like a reflective jewel to enliven this exquisite space.
The exotic plumage of the peacock, with its rich tapestry of texture, colour and detail, inspired the design of
the gracious reception rooms. Neutral wallpaper shimmers with metallic details and champagne draperies
are delicately embroidered with a chiaroscuro of glistening silver threads. The living and dining areas within
this space are separated by the sophisticated use of ambient and decorative lighting. Sensuous fabrics and
handcrafted pieces of furniture characterise the living room, while a bespoke marble fireplace, stepped and
faceted, forms the focal point of the dining area, adding a contemporary edge to classic style.
Aesthetic yet functional, the Boffi kitchen is fully integrated with Gaggenau and Miele appliances. The neutral
and contemporary stylingoffsets a comfortable seatingareaof soft neutral suede andembossedblack leather,
crowned by a Barovier and Torso black-shaded chandelier.
Along a corridor lined with sculptural lights, four steps lead down to the sumptuous master bedroom with
its sculpted leather panels and dressing area, whose exquisite handcrafted walk-in wardrobes conceal and
complement the finery within. The bathroom is a dramatic composition of high gloss black against pewter
mosaic and metallic perlata walls, with a free-standing, elliptical bath raised on a platform, lit by pockets
of light in the polished black granite floor. Christopher Hyde’s statement Art Deco chandelier adds the final
flourish to this
The two further guest suites encapsulate the spirit of serenity and sophisticated simplicity, with soft natural
tones and organic motifs that showcase contemporary style with a classic twist.
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