Do you want to find out how India Mahdavi, one of AD100 designer, converted this 18th-century place into a contemporary home design? A complete merge between old and new on a picturesque London street. Combining two neighboring houses, India Mahdavi managed to make a one-of-a-kind statement for renowned collector Maja Hoffmann. Let’s take a tour inside of this exquisite home design!
Inside of one of the connected house’s living room, Frank Gehry’s chairs surround a Martin Szekely table.
The living area of this luxury design gives a sensation of an extremely open space due to its high ceilings and soft colored walls.
Isn’t this home design utterly otherworldly? On the wall, artworks by Jeff Koons (left) and Damien Hirst.
Colorful tilework decorates a garden-level entry, armchair by Alessandro Mendini.
A Franz West sculpture is installed in the Bas Smets–designed garden.
Throughout the house crafted by India Mahdavi, white walls provide a neutral backdrop for art. The sofas are by Mahdavi herself and the chairs are by Pierre Jeanneret.
An Olafur Eliasson artwork illuminates the stairwell.
The sun shines down through the home’s light well, which has a garden on one level and a terrace on another.
This shower was designed by India Mahdaviherself, its modern design truly enhances the uniqueness of this bathroom.