Lynne Hunt London creates a kind of luxury that is contemporary, fresh and full of unexpected twists. Their design is audacious, not ostentatious, drawing inspiration from local environments and cultures to create interiors that range from the chic and urban to the organic and whimsical. At their Chelsea studio, a small team of designers works with Lynne on projects for hotels, resorts, restaurants and bars, both in the UK and much further afield. They work on residential projects, too, freshening period properties and working closely with architects to shape and style new homes.
Luxury Residence | Ibiza
This family home is tucked away in the hills on the western side of the island of Ibiza, and Lynne Hunt London designed the interior with a laid-back and modern bohemian chic aesthetic. Accent walls made of local natural stone and textured claywork paint finishes accentuate the modern architecture. The owner’s private collection of modern and bright eye-catching art is displayed on a remarkable spiral staircase that is elegantly perched on the warmly hued walls of local stone.
Shore Capital HQ is located in the heart of London’s St James. The offices house corporate entertaining spaces, reception areas, private offices along with the trading floor and several meeting rooms. Lynne Hunt London were responsible to create an elegant and stylish interior for the public reception areas, boardroom and private CEO offices.
Mulberry Walk | London
The family home inside this classic Chelsea exterior is modern! Lynne Hunt London designed a family-friendly home for private clients. Crittal doors leading to the main ground floor of the house give the interior a modern character. The stairwell’s textured Arte wallcovering complements the custom bronze and brass balustrades, larchwood Element 7 wide plank flooring, and Catry custom carpet runner.
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Dukono Armchair is just like one of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes, embodies an unpredictable strength. A nailhead trim wraps around this high-back lounge chair, making it pop against the synthetic leather upholstery. Place it in modern home decor and watch the Dukono armchair fill the room with its strong attitude.
Laucala Island Resort | Fiji
East of Taveuni, Fiji, is where the tiny, private island of Laucala Island is located. It is only 5km long, and the Forbes family, who owns Forbes Publishing, owned it up until 2003. Dietrich Mateschitz, a co-founder of Red Bull, is the resort’s current owner, and he has changed it. He was given the task of working with architects WATG to design the interiors of every structure on the island, including 25 villas, the Plantation House Restaurant, the golf club, the pool bar, the spa, the Sea Grass Lounge, and the beach bar.
50 Kensington Garden Square | London
Located in bustling Notting Hill, 50 Kensington Garden Square is an exclusive residential development. Lynne Hunt London were commissioned to space plan and design 30 luxury apartments converted from an existing office building.
Drayton Gardens | London
The modern interior of this art collector’s home is hidden behind a historic red brick pillared façade. The task was to design a subdued setting to display modern art in large-scale format, video works, and a variety of sculptures. The larchwood broad plank flooring in the main living area complements the original marble classic fire surround with concrete impression lining and the gas woodburning fireplace. Subtle linen drapes with bronze french rails complement the huge sash windows.
Hyatt Campus, Hyatt Regency Cologne
The businessman was considered when designing Hyatt Campus. a location outside of a guestroom where people can gather, celebrate, unwind, and work alone. Many hotels host extended-stay business travelers that require access to a mobile office that is always open and staffed with support personnel. The Hyatt Campus includes boardrooms, breakout areas, lecture halls, and more celebratory-style rooms for events and private meals.
Penthouse, St John’s Westminster
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Wales Sofa, by Brabbu, was designed to provide the same feeling of protection: a burgundy velvet sofa, with a curvy back and arms, a base in aged brass, and polished golden nails. Some of the most impressive monuments of the Middle Ages, the medieval castles, can be found in Wales, often called the “Land of Castles”. These private fortified residences were both offensive and defensive structures that provided control of the area immediately surrounding them. Designed to create a complete look for your living room, Wales Sofa will be the comfortable fortress of your space.