Smooth marble, bleached timbers, and brushed and patinated metals are layered onto the architectural shell, adding complexity and refinement to the gritty and earthy palette.
Combined with glamorous accents and moody elements, the interiors capture ARRCC’s trademark 'barefoot luxury' effect.
A subtle nod to Mid-century design runs throughout the furnishings, many of which have been custom-made and involve collaborations with noteworthy local craftsmen such as OKHA, Martin Doller, and David Reade.
The overarching approach, however, combines a quiet elegance with a sculptural yet functional and timeless feeling.
Textured timber, leather, fur, and textiles also speak to the presence of nature in the surrounding landscape.
The colours are muted, but dark woods and tactile touches provide contrast, as in the case of the fur draped on the kitchen chairs.
Polished and glossy elements, such as metallics and mirrors, serve as reminders of the proximity of the city.
The glass balls of the bespoke dining room light speak to the sparkle of the city lights at night.
An atmosphere of moody glamour is most overtly expressed in the wine room, which is like a jewellery box with its gold-leaf ceiling and domed bronze lights, ebonised oak, bronze mirrors, and whisky-coloured velvet upholstery.