We have been busy these past months working with a London based interior architect, sourcing vintage Mid Century pieces of furniture for a new office space, opening this Summer in Hanover Square.
We found this unique rosewood credenza or sideboard, that is very rare, which was designed by McIntosh over 50 years ago!
It features amazing radial veneers and a contrasting black laminate centre and is a real statement piece for the main meeting room.
We were asked to find a very large round Mid Century table for the Boardroom and were delighted to find this Martin Visser walnut table from Holland, which will comfortably seat 8 people.
The main feature is the three crossed legs in solid walnut and the three table top sections that join together, which measure an impressive 1.8 metres in diameter.
Large pieces of this size are hard to come across, as houses were much smaller back in the 1950’s and 1960’s, so this exceptional table was a real find!
Then of course, we had to source 8 chairs that would work well with the table and compliment each other.
After a great deal of searching, we found these Danish upholstered chairs with arms, designed by Erik Kirkegaard in the 1960’s.
These are now in the process of being re-upholstered to meet UK fire and safety requirements, for use in a commercial space and will look fantastic next to the large table.
One of the breakout areas needed a large modular bookcase, like this piece that we found in Sweden and we are now busy sourcing some interesting pieces to fill the shelves!
These are really special…!
A stunning set of 2 vintage industrial lockers, of exceptional quality and style, which are for the exercise area.
They feature drop down compartments and pull out drawers, making them ideal for storing small personal belongings, whilst working out!
We have almost completed finding the various furniture pieces and are now finalising the assortment of decorative accessories, that will help give personality and charm to the various spaces.
More to come when it is all in situ….
Enjoy the sunshine!