Tucked behind the archetypal streets of Notting Hill, sits a newly refurbished property that offers something quite different...
The Madrid-based architectural practice, AMPS bring their Spanish design flare to the streets of London with their latest residential creation (which has been featured as The Times 'Home of the Week).
The 3,300 sq ft townhouse is nestled in a mews that leads off Portobello Road and includes a stunning exterior that is clad in 2,400 hand-cut tiles.
Inside the family home, the architectural detail is accentuated through a stunning lighting scheme, which is brought to life with Ecoled's highly discreet Zep 6 Eyeconic Trimless luminaires. The luminaires have been custom finished in white so that they blend beautifully into the ceiling.
The miniature downlights are extremely powerful and flood the rooms with bright, white light, which adds to the Spanish vibe of the property.
What is remarkable about this project is the invigorating lease of life that has been injected through the freshness of design.
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