Private Office

This timeless office for an established client continues to age gracefully thanks to the range of carefully selected solid and elemental materials.

The interior is refined and comfortable, harmonious and handsome (perhaps even a little moody) – more akin to a sophisticated lounge than it is to an office. There is a complex layering at play here, a carefully orchestrated marriage of architecture and material elements that has resulted in a scene of apparent effortlessness. It is there in the interplay between hard and soft surfaces, the drapes that graze the oak floor, the tactility and warmth of the textiles that sit near the folded brass of the island face, and in the pivoting boardroom doors that open to reveal an interior that leads seamlessly to an outdoor room framed with subtle greenery.

Photography by Simon Devitt