“Artist illustrations and Computer Generated Images (CGIs) are a fantastic way of bringing our ideas to life.”
Seeing visualisations for the first time is always an exciting stage in the process for clients. It ensures that all of their aspirations and requirements are fully captured in the final detailed design stage of a project.
This gallery shows a mixed range of work from grand traditional country estates to modern penthouse apartments and everything in-between.
The visuals on display vary from watercolor to photorealistic computer generated images.
We hope you enjoy this small selection of work from the many thousands of images our team have designed over the last 30 years.
The completed work and an earlier visualisation respectively.
This CGI conveys the atmosphere of a subterranean spa room, designed for a client undertaking a basement extension in prime central London.
A private gymnasium, as part of underground home renovations.
Patterns and perspectives at a glance.
This particular client requested a private library to be designed, to store a personal collection of over 1,400 published works.
The combination of traditional and modern illustration techniques, allows our designers to more easily imagine and re-imagine the early concepts in various colour palletes.
The way our artists stroke a canvas with watercolour, sometimes remains as the best way to paint a picture of the room before it’s detailed design begins.
The vastness of a 13th century wing, with it’s vaulted ceilings, enamoured itself to becoming the perfect gymnasium on our client’s private estate.
Photo-realistic renders such as this help to transport our clients to their exotic new homes, where the blank canvas of a construction site or plot of land typically lays at the visualisation stage in the process.
Our architectural and design teams’ experience spans the spectrum of styles from neo-classical palladianism, to ultra-modern eclecticism. Our illustrations reflect some of this in-house talent.
This library mezzanine, makes elegant use of space connecting the upper floor rooms, whilst opening up the space below to create a comfortably light central living space.
An ornate french drawing room.
The period characteristics of this property, sparked the imaginations of our designers to conceive of this timeless semi-circular book shelf, which acts as the central feature of this interior space.
This design features a subterranean leisure suite, super car garage and entertaining space as part of a client’s basement extension plans.
An elegant ride to the top floor of this London townhouse.
Different inspirations for different individuals – some of our clients prefer classically inspired interiors, whilst others prefer the more contemporary.
To view a more extensive portfolio of our work or to discuss a potential project please contact us on the details below.