We were delighted to work with Goddard Littlefair on the prestigious Lansdowne Place development. They were tasked with the interior design of the marketing suite and 215-apartment luxury residential development for client Chartered Land in the prestigious Ballsbridge area of Dublin.
Goddard Littlefair are renowned for their five-star fit-outs and have recently been rewarded for their work, by winning industry awards including Interior Designer of the Year at the 2017 Build Awards.
The 14m-high, three-storey marketing suite is now open, and the phased selling of the development has commenced, with the first apartments ready in 2018. These range from one-bed, two-bed and three-bed apartments to penthouses. The interior concept references nearby Georgian and Victorian properties in terms of proportions and finishes and is rich and contemporary in feel, with granite balconies, solid walnut units, marble or natural stone bathrooms and the most exclusive kitchens ever offered in the Irish residential apartment sector.
We worked on many designs in the marketing suites and penthouses, from beautifully detailed solid marble bedside lights with accents of bronze to alabaster bathroom lights, with a strong Art Deco influence.
Many of the chandeliers and ceiling fittings we realised from Goddard Littlefair’s design inspirations were fabricated by our team of skilled artisans in brass and finished in brushed, antiqued and bronze patinas – these perfectly complemented the stunning detailing of their scheme and the materials they sourced.
Matt Opal Glass also featured heavily for both ceiling and table lights - the versatility of this material allows a soft illumination where used in the bedrooms. Faceted geometric brass bases provided a contrast to the rich wood and stone materials that adorn the apartments.
Brass, and the various finishes possible with this currently popular and versatile material, was a strong highlight metal throughout the interiors and was used in most of the lighting installations and fittings we supplied, enhanced by the decorative elements of sculptures and vessels skilfully put together by the Goddard Littlefair design team.
Photography courtesy of Lansdowne Place.