Helen Green nominated for International Design & Architecture Awards 2022
Helen Green Design has been nominated in Design Et Al’s International Design and Architecture Awards 2022 alongside fellow Allect Design Group company, Lawson Robb.
Helen Green has been shortlisted for the following:
- Interior Design Scheme (Global) – Vote Now
- Luxury Residence (London) – Vote Now
- Designer of the Year – Vote Now
Project Villa Vienna was nominated for The Interior Design Scheme (Global) category
This project was a luxurious modern family home set within the middle of a small vineyard overlooking the city, this beautiful property features a stunning floating staircase and floor to ceiling windows, bringing in extraordinary landscaping and light, all of which is reflected within the elegant modern interiors. The villa is tucked away between the traditional villas renowned in this suburb which creates a perfect backdrop for this contemporary villa.
The Client is relocating to Vienna from overseas and after being enchanted with the location and the design of the villa, they contacted Helen Green Design with the brief to create an innovative space with cosy, timeless and elegant design throughout.
The beautiful property comprises of a newly built Main House with a floating staircase and floor to ceiling windows bringing in extraordinary landscaping and light into the property. The ground floor includes an open plan Living Space, Entertainment Area and Family Kitchen. On the First floor, the design brief included three children’s Bedrooms, and a Master Suite with a Terrace overlooking the vineyard on the Second Floor.
Neutral base palettes and gentle tones of colour inspired by the surrounding landscape creates a harmonious retreat from city life. The design both architecturally and internally brings a complete unique design to a beautiful landscape.
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Ennismore Gardens was nominated for Luxury Residence (London)
Helen Green Design was appointed to complete the Interior Design & FF&E for this beautiful Grade II listed First Floor apartment in of the most sought after addresses in London. The brief for this residential project was to transform the existing listed property into a luxurious and elegant home for the client. Alongside the team of consultants and architects, Helen Green Design has worked with the owner to review the property’s layout to accommodate their needs and lifestyle and create a unique and modern living space, remaining respectful to the historical value and listed features of the apartment.
The main changes included creating a large en suite bedroom at the front of the building overlooking the gardens and offering flexible space for entertainment, relaxation, and home office. Following a few months of spatial planning, the design team arrived with an incredible layout providing the client with a grand entrance hall, drawing room, kitchen dining room, media room, wine room, study, master suite as well as the guest bedroom with en suite bathroom and a laundry room.
One of the key aspects of the property that Helen Green Design wanted to celebrate and highlight with their design, is the sense of grandeur provided by 4m tall ceilings and abundance of light and greenery flooding the space through the floor to ceiling windows on the front facade.
The entire space is balanced with custom made classic and contemporary furniture pieces, hand-knotted rugs, bespoke soft furnishings and fitted joinery, designed and developed by the team in collaboration with the best UK craftsmen and artisans.
Schemes in every room have been carefully considered and put together to reflect the above, connecting all the elements into a sophisticated and tailored home for the client. All of the pieces are meant to harmoniously inject the client’s own style and personality into this striking space, simultaneously telling a story of the history of the property and the area complimented by the signature Helen Green Design aesthetic.
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Voting is now live for all shortlisted projects as of Wednesday 24th August, 12:00pm BST, and will run for 4 weeks until Wednesday 21st September, 17:00pm BST.
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