Dartmouth, Devon To reconfigure and renovate the ground floor of a Victorian home in Dartmouth. The existing layout should be reconsidered to suit a food loving family with a love of history and the outdoors. The scheme should reflect their appreciation of craft and design, and sit comfortably alongside the age of the house.
The Restaurant, Soho The concept for the restaurant sought to marry two locations and dynamic experiences: eclectic Soho and the exotic Indian. A inspirational trip to Rajasthan served as a rich basis for primary research, allowing a true sense of origin to develop. Indigenous materials inspired a contemporary palette of colour and pattern whilst contemporary furniture and bespoke lighting located the experience firmly in modern London. The diner experienced the shifting landscape and culture of Rajasthan through defined zones, immersing them in a unique journey which complemented and rounded the dining experience.
The Bathrooms, Fulham To design a classic, elegant en-suite for the master bedroom. The bathroom should recall victorian gentleman’s clubs and have Deco influences but be contemporary in feel. Storage should be maximised.
The Cottage, Brighton The final concept for the cottage was inspired by poet Ted Hughes’ relationship with nature and rural life. A certain rawness, vitality and honesty was important, delivered in a masculine visual language with dark depths. The scheme was ‘rustic modern’, beautifully unrefined but with distinct elements of modernity. This ‘timeless’ feel, was grounded in its historical and geographical context to give an authentic and ambient feel. The interior elements are predominantly sourced and manufactured in Britain, chosen for their story, heritage or character. A restrained palette accentuated the punches of colour and allowed for a more richly textured and layered scheme.
The Penthouse, Blackfriars The scheme will take as its urban inspiration the brutalist architecture of London, which includes some of the finest examples in the world. The forms are simple and blockish characterised by the use of raw concrete and angular, geometric shapes. The scheme at Blackfriars will take the textures and materials of brutalism and refine them in an impressive but comfortable interior. The masculine, minimal scheme will be balanced with the relaxed elegance of Scandinavian furniture, textiles and lighting characterised by light colours, natural elements and clean lines. The final scheme will be an exciting mix of two modern design led concepts combined in a warm, inviting home
The Lakes, Cumbria The rebuild and extension of a much loved four bedroom family home in the Lake District. The spirit of the original house should be retained as much as possible, so that the new interior feels like it has “been there forever”. The house should take inspiration from it’s surroundings and be robust and timeless in character.
The Barn, Berkshire To take a new build barn with strong interior architecture and vast open spaces and create a striking contemporary family home. The space should feel appropriate in the rural setting, but challenge expectations of what a countryside aesthetic can be.
Field day is a concept driven Interior Design consultancy creating uniquely personal spaces.
Field Day was founded in 2013 by Jessica Gibbons and Kat Turner as a boutique interior design studio offering a uniquely personal, concept driven service for its clients, both in London and throughout the UK.
The studio offers a full interior design service, from concept to fabrication and installation. Undertaking both full house renovations and consultancy, Field Day welcome any creative brief.