Belgravia I Winner of Best Development in London & Best Interior Design in the United Kingdom in the UK Residential Property Awards. This immaculate interior design included an inner atrium with a nine-metre water feature, Zen garden, air-conditioning, under floor heating, media room, steam room, gym, study and garage.
Belgravia II This Grade II listed property is situated in one of Belgravia’s finest mews addresses. Landmass reconfigured the building to create a contemporary three-bedroom home with exceptional use of space and exquisite quality of interior finish. The lower floors have been recreated with high ceilings to accentuate the feeling of space, whilst the introduction of natural light from the south facing roof terrace to the basement through glass flooring is a stunning design success.
Holland Park Located a short walk from leafy Holland Park, Landmass was commissioned to re-imagine this maisonette property on behalf of our client, to create a functional family home. We re-configured the property entirely, extending out to an unused courtyard and incorporating high quality materials and craftsmanship throughout. The ground floor was given an open, loft-like feel, flooded with natural light, whilst the lower ground provided a clever use of space, maximising the use of storage.
Kensington This Victorian, terraced house was designed around our client’s vision for an opulent living space, taking inspiration from rich textures, natural materials and metallic tones. We enhanced the space by opening-up the formal areas, enlarging the entertainment spaces and re-configuring all the bedrooms and bathrooms with precise attention to detail and exceptional craftsmanship. Natural light bathes the space through the large windows, where subtle features such as timber floors and marble surfaces anchor themselves. The architectural details and contemporary features, make a sophisticated and timeless look throughout the five floors, linked by a beautifully restored, period staircase.
Little Venice This restored, Grade II listed home has been designed to give an art collecting family a tranquil space to escape the bustle of the city. Hidden away in Little Venice, this home is characterised by vast ceiling heights with spacious rooms, providing an impressive sense of grandeur. Our design sensitively re-introduces and restores period details set within a fresh, contemporary palette. Landmass were responsible for obtaining listed building consent and ensured the interiors were maximised through careful planning and extension.
Notting Hill This property is an iconic new build in the heart of Notting Hill, near to the world-renowned Portobello Market. The double basement house was crafted to maximise space and light at every opportunity. It was our objective to make sure that users of the building did not feel as though they were underground: clever use of glass and floor plate configurations ensured this was realised. At the heart of the property, we incorporated a sculptural, helical staircase with a large roof light above which allows natural light to filter down over five floors. A neutral palette with subtle materials, shadow gap details and recessed joinery handles gave a modern, luxury feel to the property.
Landmass was founded in 1998 by managing director Alan Waxman. Based in London’s Soho, it is a multi-award-winning, RIBA chartered, design and development company. We deliver meticulously planned design solutions and bespoke luxury properties worldwide.
Landmass evolved from being a developer to a multi-disciplined real estate company. By integrating architectural and interior design, project management and property acquisition services, our dedicated and passionate in-house team can provide a single point of contact for all your property needs.