Park Crescent Town House
The Grade1-listed building was originally constructed some 200 years ago on the edge of Regent’s Park in London, Buckingham Palace architect John Nash’s iconic Park Crescent has been reborn. A collection of refined residences befitting their royal pedigree.
This home celebrates the owner’s art collection and their love of discovering pieces and displaying them in style. It is a listed building with impressive views over Kensington Gardens, so we devised ways to create a feeling of openness without touching the fabric of the building. Carefully placed mirror panelling and luxurious chevron flooring provide the perfect pared-back backdrop for antiques, collectable 20 th century furniture and artworks. As Bergman Design House is also known for being product designers in London - Bespoke furniture and colour schemes are anything but new to them. This home is subtly echoing the existing shapes and tones in the owner’s collection, complementing but never detracting from their beauty. In this way, the design plays to the strengths of the architecture and treasured objects, ensuring the rooms exude a sense of balance and considered calm.