Part of the evolving masterplan of Tulum on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, K’in is a boutique development of 8 family homes with community and sustainability at its core.
Inhabit Hotel Southwick Street
Inhabit hotel in London’s Paddington neighbourhood is London’s first wellness focused boutique hotel.
Cornerstone wins Michelin Star
Tom Brown has won his first Michelin star at the Cornerstone Restaurant, designed by Holland Harvey.
Montcalm Marble Arch Hotel
The Montcalm Marble Arch is a 5* hotel set behind a Grade II* listed terrace. The property sits within the Portman Estate Conservation Area on a graceful crescent a short distance from London’s Hyde Park and the West End.
Protecting the Vulnerable
‘Shelter from the Storm’ COVID screens provide protection to those in need.
Monocle on Design Podcast
Listen to studio director Jonathan Harvey discussing our recent work with charity Shelter from the Storm.
Registered as a “Building at Risk”, this Grade C listed stable complex in the Scottish Borders features an imposing hayloft that announces the entrance to a cluster of barns and small cottages, configured around a central courtyard.
A structural glass and perforated panel addition to the rear of this Victorian townhouse provides a double height contemporary living space to contrast and complement the extensive internal renovations of this family home in the Clapham Town Conservation Area.
Inhabit hotel was featured in the March 2021 edition of Design Anthology. Click to read article.
Design by Collaboration
Meet the makers, suppliers, consultants and contractors we depend upon to help realise our ideas.
The Knight's Hall
The refurbishment of a popular local community centre plays a pivotal role in this homes-led mixed-use scheme in south London.
Diverting waste from landfill to create custom terrazzo for Inhabit Hotels.
Inhabit x Design Hotels
Inhabit is now part of the Design Hotels portfolio.
Paying homage to its 1930s architecture, this apartment in St. John’s Wood has been completely transformed to respond to a unique brief, while maintaining a connection to its art deco setting.