In most spaces, our bespoke carpet designs are the centre of attention. But at The Landmark London, all eyes are firmly to the sky.
The stunning eight storey glass atrium in the Winter Garden is the centrepiece of this beautiful London hotel. Creating an enchanting setting that forms part of an incomparable eating experience, it was the obvious feature for Alex Kravetz Design to focus the interior design around.
It added an extra challenge for Matthew Weaver, our Design Specification Manager who helped Alex Kravetz Design translate their ideas into a beautiful bespoke carpet for the renovated Winter Garden. .
“For large spaces like this, our designs are usually the most colourful and eye-catching aspect of the room,” explained Matthew. “But it is impossible to compete with an eight-storey glass atrium so, on this occasion, the design had to complement the room in a more subtle way. .”
“We have a great relationship with Alex Kravetz Design and it was exciting to see their concept develop into the final carpet pattern – a design which simulates a handtufted effect. We are delighted with the final results.”
Alex Kravetz Design took their inspiration from the renowned glasshouses and grand hotels around the world, such as the Palm House at Kew Gardens, the Orangerie at Syon House, and Longwood, with the award-winning boutique interior design and architecture studio also utilsing their global experience as specialists in luxury interiors for hospitality projects, high-end residences, and private jets.
Building around a colour palette that was influenced by peacocks and palm courts, and featuring a vibrant mix of blues, greens, and gold, Matthew’s design adds to the botanical theme and connection to nature in the Winter Garden. It helps to evoke feelings of luxury, nature, and tranquility, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere that feels both sophisticated and relaxed.
The Landmark London illustrates the collaborative approach that we take with interior designers to create beautiful carpets in awe-inspiring spaces.
*Images courtesy of Alex Kravetz Design and The Landmark London.