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Cristina Celestino was born in 1980 in Pordenone. In 2005, after graduating from the School of Architecture at IUAV University of Venice, she worked with prestigious design studios, focusing on interior architecture and design. In 2009 she moved to Milan, founding two years later her brand Attico Design. In […]
Rose Uniacke are here! Interiors are important because they affect how we feel and think. Their actions and methods are altered by them. Rose Uniacke puts a lot of effort into creating aesthetically pleasing spaces that are both calming and inspiring. Enjoy taking a look at her projects here; they are lovely!
A remarkable amount of light and brightness has been created in this apartment by carefully considering every component of the design. Rose was hired to create an interior with subtly modern touches on a traditional design. From the expansive first-floor drawing room, which creates an unrivaled formal entertaining space and is positioned to overlook the neighboring Palace, to the enormous floor-to-ceiling windows that allow light to flood into both the living areas and bedrooms, every detail of the layout and design has been carefully considered.
Internationally recognized designer Rose Uniacke is renowned for her mastery of light and space as well as her pursuit of rigor and refinement. Rose draws on historical influences for her intricate yet approachable artwork, which combines a restrained depth of character with warmth, peace, and a timeless elegance. The Holland Park Villas are intended to exude subtle grandeur and sophistication. Rose connects the internal areas to their spectacular external backdrop by using natural materials and organic textures. Through the full-height windows, soft drapes frame views of the lush park, fusing the interior and outside.
An important collection is given the space to breathe – and shine – in this beautifully balanced apartment. This 1940s apartment in central London required substantial renovation. The brief was to design an open, spacious setting in which to house and display the client’s extensive collection of art, books and music. Rose created a beautifully, cleverly balanced interior that is at one and the same time lively and relaxing.
This imposing manor house in Richmond, London typifies Roses’ sensitive approach to the restoration of an important listed building, originally built during the reign of Charles 11 then extended during the Georgian period. This is a light-filled, restful family home where the past and the present harmoniously co-exist, with calm uncluttered spaces and an understated atmosphere of refinement and elegance. Modern luxury is respectfully and unobtrusively integrated within the structure of the old building.
The Colombia Armchair, inspired by its coffee taste, breathes comfort and elegance into any living room design. Made from boucle fabric and dark bronze matte, this armchair will bring that serene atmosphere we often associate with minimal interiors. Take a moment for yourself and enjoy the simplest things in life with the Colombia armchair!
The house was originally built by E.W. Godwin between 1878-1879 for Frank Miles, a society portraitist and friend of Oscar Wilde. The current homeowners wanted to acknowledge and respect its history – and they also wanted to create a home appropriate for a busy, modern family. This was not an academic historical re-creation. Using the wealth of archive material as a starting point, Rose peeled away the layers and additions, restoring the spaces purity, architectural integrity and authentic spirit whilst delivering a fresh timeless quality and new functionality.
Rose was asked to design this apartment by a private client who wanted a simple, comfortable retreat. It is set in the attic space of a period building in Mayfair, in central London, that had lost many of its original period details. Rose’s goal was to create an interior of interest, charm and softness within a relatively minimal setting. Her design included, in the main living space, a fireplace wall with inbuilt bookshelves and log storage; and a custom-built wood and marble kitchen that can be partitioned from the dining area with rich yet unobtrusive drapes.