An outstanding and state of the art house set behind a traditional Victorian façade. Everything within this property is beautiful right down to the finer details.
Entering a classical London facade you discover modern, state of the art finishes, designs, architecture and art. The light throughout is outstanding and every room is an incredible experience as well as a fantastic living space for a multitude of different buyers.
The house benefits from a unique double height living room leading directly on to the 32ft (9.7m) West facing garden. There is a separate kitchen, dining room, cinema room and study all with their own individual and original style that cannot fail to impress and amaze.
The master bedroom suite is situated on the first floor with the bedroom positioned to the rear with lovely views over the garden. The contemporary design is continued throughout the house and the master bedroom exemplifies this fantastic creativity with petrified moss being used as a wonderful texture and colour dividing the bath and shower. There are a further four bedroom suites.
Tamara Kvesitadze was commissioned to design and install a total of 13 new artworks for the major living spaces of the house, including the principal reception room, the dining room, the family room, the master bedroom and the outside spaces. She is a world famous, highly innovative Georgian-born artist and sculptor. Originally educated as an architect, she lives and works between Georgian and Europe, mainly in Paris. Tamara started her career in New York City in the 90s by creating one-of-a-kind dolls.
One of her specialities is creating mechanical kinetic sculptures, such as the 5.5 metre high one installed in the principal reception room of this house. Tamara has exhibited in a large number of countries, including most major European cities and many in the USA. In her homeland Tamara is very well known for 9 metre high moving sculpture "Man and Woman" in the city of Batumi on the Black Sea shore, commissioned by the President of Georgia. Tamara represented Georgia in the 2011 Venice Biennale. The German Gallery "Kornfeld" www.galeriekomfeld.com/en/ regularly presents Tamara's art at various fairs. Her art is also kept in a number of private collections and is frequently sold in auctions including recently at Sotheby's in London.
The house also benefits from a large collection of beautiful works (around 130) by other Georgian artists, including two spectacular pieces commissioned specially for the principal reception room of this house.
The artworks (paintings, sculptures, chandeliers) referred to above may be available for sale by separate negotiation.