A textural yet neutral palette plays to the soft and calm theme throughout. The light-filled living area features marble stone, travertine accents, and light oak timber flooring, as well as clay-clad walls in warm beige that initiate a considered interplay between form and texture. “Playing with light and creating different shadows and depth at different times of day made this project unique,” Alexandre Simeray reflects. “It was like creating art on these large-scale walls.”
Alexandre believes “The essential is invisible to the eyes” in the Chelsea House, adding, “It’s a beautifully crafted balance between light and shadow, feminine and masculine, traditional and unusual”.