These intensively atmospheric residential spaces make extensive use of the Diesel Living furniture and lighting range combined with industrial Anglepoise lamps. The interiors are a quirky artistic compositions printed on metal sheets and soft cushions, using local cultural icons from the British bulldog to Harry Potter’s owl, revisited with humour, irreverence and a dash of rock and roll. Each generously sized studio has plenty of daylight with direct views over St Pancras station. The individual colour schemes are inspired by the youth fashions of nearby Camden with names like Scarlet Punk, Plum Rock and Toffee Techno. The walls are textured like shimmering graphite and wet raw metal while floors are laid with a special 3D carpet evoking burnt rubber on asphalt.
With dramatic ceilings covered with metallic splashes of paint reminiscent of Andy Warhol’s silver factory. The sleek bathrooms have a warm industrial loft feel with corten metal flooring and polished concrete walls. The furniture selection includes iconic Diesel pieces made by the renowned Italian family firm Moroso such as the Gimme Shelter bed, X-raya and X-radio tables, Chubby chair, Ego studded mirror, Flightcase credenza, Overdyed tables and chairs. Also included is the Longwave leather chair and footstool, one in lustrous indigo-black, another in deep stone grey, each with complex stitching reminiscent of a biker’s jacket.
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