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No.12 Bring their Design Acumen to Gasholders London


No.12, the London-based interior design practice founded by Katie Earl and Emma Rayner, has just completed work on the interior design of a two and a three bedroom apartment at Gasholders London, a residential development of 145 apartments within the framework of a gasholder in King’s Cross. With a design aesthetic that is wholly contemporary yet respectfully classic, the practice holds craftsmanship in high regard, combining warm materials with clean lines, textural palettes and fine detailing. For their latest project No.12 took a considered approach, seeking to complement the strong design language of the architecture and react sympathetically to its technical complexity. Through the introduction of a tailored selection of materials and a refined, contemporary approach, the overall interior design has been beautifully executed. 

Though complimentary, the apartments feature their own distinct design elements. Today I've chosen to share a look inside the two-bedroom apartment which provides a purposefully warmer counterpart to the three-bedroom residence. Bold sculptural pieces are showcased against a soft palette of burned orange, rust tones and desaturated reds. The master bedroom pictured above is my favourite space, featuring a calm tonal palette of white on white, an &Tradition Formakami pendant light and bespoke curved headboard.  

As you can see from the imagery, the apartment is flooded with morning sun and looks truly golden as the sun rises. The natural light that continues to play into the space throughout the day was one of the inspirations behind No.12’s design. The apartments feature many custom-made furniture items and carefully curated objects have been woven in to reflect the perceived lifestyle and taste palette of the would-be buyer.

Photography by Tina Hillier

In addition to the apartments, No.12 has also furnished all amenity spaces and communal areas of the WillkinsonEyre-designed project, encompassing all the buildings’ lobbies and entrance reception area, business suite with lounge and meeting room, entertainment suite with games room, private dining room and screening room, spa, lobby and changing facilities, and furniture for the communal roof garden. To see more, take a look here

Images courtesy of No.12

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