Patricia Urquiola has revealed her first residential project and also her first London-based development. We are talking about a design project of residents’ amenities, that uses a mix of materials, including colored glass, timber, marbles, and bronze metals. Read on and take a look at this stunning project.
‘Our aim was to create a variety of beautiful yet unique spaces which have their own individual character yet are unified by subtle elements and themes,’ explainsUrquiola.
Lincoln square is a residential complex located opposite central London’s royal courts of justice and Lincoln’s inn fields. For the project’s interiors, Patricia Urquiola has used this historic location to channel the luxury lifestyle of London, with a modern twist. Residential amenities include a 25-meter swimming pool and spa, complete with separate vitality pool and treatment rooms. A gymnasium is also provided, alongside a private club and library, a cinema, a private dining area, and snooker and games rooms.
Metal grids are used heavily in the communal spaces, such as the library and health club where they act as visual filters — giving privacy without segregating the space. The health club and treatment rooms use grey and sand tones to create a calm and relaxing environment further enhanced by a selective use of light. The walls are finished with subtle patterned wallpaper.
‘We are very excited to have collaborated with Patricia Urquiola and her team on our first London project,’ says Charlie Walsh, head of sales and marketing Lodha UK. ‘She completely understood our vision to create a unique development which draws from the area’s impressive heritage and offers its residents a luxurious home but with an individual sense of identity.’