Hidden behind the elegant but conventional facade of a four-storey Victorian town house in Belgravia, London, is one of the most technologically advanced homes around. Designed as a state-of-the-art environment, with everything from climate control to bullet-proof CCTV cameras, this house virtually thinks for its owner. This is interior designs that has moved far beyond the usual makeover. The integral garage features a turnable for easy maneuvering; a home cinema and steam-room near now essential; and luxury bathing in this case means a circular teak bathtub of gigantic size. Not only is the technology right up-to-date, but every inch of space is maximized and designed to function with speed and convenience.
The office is set up as a ‘smart home’, and global, top-name brands were used for the kitchen, sound systems, lighting, and entertainment. Bespoke design and fine craftsmanship are important aspects of interior design today, and here the most outstanding fixture is a crystal chandelier, made up of over 1000 individual pieces, which hang through three floors of the stairwell. Leather floors, fine marble bathrooms, high-pressure showers, enormous champagne fridges, and luxury fabrics are no longer unusual elements of contemporary design in house such as this.