The award-winning architecture and design studio, Proctor & Shaw, has completed the full interior renovation of an apartment in a period block in Marylebone, London. Dinesen Douglas is a consistent element throughout the interior, presenting an example of a perfect symbiosis where creativity, design and wood come together beautifully.
Residential – Marylebone, London
Proctor & Shaw – Photo: Ståle Eriksen
Thickness 28 mm. Width 200 mm. Length 4-6 m
Finish: Lye and White Soap
Throughout the apartment, the walls are covered with Dinesen Douglas interior lists, inviting nature into the space. The soft, natural grain and character of the wood gives the walls a subtle texture and make the space come alive.
As another design feature, all storage and service requirements are cleverly hidden in the wall, including kitchen appliances and hanging cupboards. Flush finished frameless doors and discreet machined handles are concealed in the timber profiles adding a sense of craft and delight to the touch for its residents.
The en suite bedrooms are organised behind a finely detailed full height timber profiled screen wall to allow a consolidated street-facing living space running the full length of the apartment.
The 5-metre-long solid Douglas floor planks meet the vertical interior lists, and the seamless transition emphasises a sense of height and depth to the space and structure.