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Oliver Burns and the Luxurious Beau House Project

Oliver Burns is a luxury architectural interior design studio that thoughtfully designs and builds the finest homes we can find, so it is no surprise to see that the studio was invited to design the Brummel Penthouse at the Beau House in West London.

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The Beau House was named after George Beau Brummel, an iconic figure in Men’s fashion world during the Regency era. Located in West London, an area famed for the finest of luxuries from men’s tailoring to modern clubs with over three hundred years, it is still a centre of attention for art galleries, restaurants and several other luxuries.

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The Brummel Penthouse occupies the top three floors of the building and contains outdoor space on every level. The interiors – designed by Oliver Burns – were inspired by the works of Beau Brummel and his love for tailoring. Showcasing a range of soft and natural tones, small pops of vivid colours are present within some of the interior’s most desirable features.

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SHOP THE LOOK – CYGNUS DISPLAY by BRABBU

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With an open floor plan for the living and dining rooms to coexist, these two-in-one divisions receive a flood of natural light due to the large full-height windows, with views to the sixth-floor terrace. The windows slide back to extend the dining experience into the outdoors, allowing the guests to absorb the city whilst enjoying fine cuisine and entertainment.

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Beau House is the finest example of luxury living, transforming a property in the very heart of the city into a precious jewel that embraces its surroundings. Oliver Burns has showcased an intricate level of detail and respect to the rich history and arts that have transformed the area dating back hundreds of years. It is this level of understanding and execution that defines Oliver Burns and his work as genuinely remarkable.

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