Surman Weston was tasked with updating a 54-square-meter apartment in the Highgate neighborhood in London. The designer completely overhauled the interior, introducing many striking and custom decor elements. A definite highlight of the space is a "timber-framed porthole window that has been punctuated in a wall in the sitting room." This element allows for added fluidity and connection amid the rooms in the apartment.
Surman Weston embraced the art deco movement when working on this project, showcasing a lot of curved shapes. Another element of wonder in the chic London apartment is the custom-made fireplace which was constructed with concrete and flecks of terracotta. The mixture of these two unlikely materials makes for an interesting juxtaposition.
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