Royal Arsenal Riverside Leisure Centre
Coming soon to Royal Arsenal Riverside the stunning spa and leisure centre designed by Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) will be one of the largest luxury residential leisure facilities in London and will include a 20m length pool.
Corporate HQ in Cairo Egypt
Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) have been appointed by Egyptian developers Amer Group to design their office head quarters in Cairo. The 14,000 sq m building seeks to house the Group’s personnel and executives in an environment that marries the fun family ethic of their brand with the luxurious attention to detail and spatial innovation Intérieur London are reknowned for.
The project will include public exhibition spaces within dramatic atriums, flexible working environments, leisure and social spaces and an executive roof top lounge and restaurant.
Intérieur London to Design Jackie Mason’s New Restaurant in London
Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) have been appointed to design a new restaurant for Jackie Mason in London. The concept will be based around a traditional New York style delicatessen and is located in a prime west end location. The restaurant is due to open in spring 2014.
Professor Greens, Ink Nightclub to launch In September
Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) are currently working on an exciting new night club concept in central London for Professor Green. Professor Green and Gerry Calabrese have teamed up to open a new tattoo parlour inspired bar and club in Leicester Square. Expect a cool venue unlike anything else in the area – some tidbits include great tattoo parlour style decor, neon sculptures and graffiti art murals. The music policy is rock ‘n’ roll meets urban sounds, and INK have also promised DJ sets and performances from some of the best artists on the UK music scene.
Intérieur London Presentation at The House of Peroni
The House of Peroni, a thoroughly modern transmedia, experiential project and the brainchild of the Peroni brand, has taken a month-long residency at the palatial 41 Portland Place. The aim of this bi-annual exhibition, according to editor and art director John-Paul Pryor, is to celebrate the “profound and positive creative impact Italy has had on the world stage” and to shine some light on the new wave of a burgeoning contemporary, creative revolution that recalls the explosive cultural paradigms of Rome in the 60s.
Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) in conjunction with Calabrese House and Brand Revolution, will be presenting a selection of our projects and our approach to hospitality and leisure projects.
Intérieur London appointed for the refurbishment of the Smugglers Cove, Resort St Lucia
At the start of this New Year, Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) were delighted to learn that they had been awarded the refurbishment project for the luxury Smugglers Cove resort in the beautiful Caribbean Island of St Lucia, nestled between the Martinique and St Vincent islands, Smugglers Cove is a picturesque retreat situated on the Cap Estate, located on the north-west point of the island.
The all-inclusive resort and spa, with it’s own secluded cove, provides guests with the opportunity to unwind in the surroundings of this island paradise, relax and de-stress in the tranquil spa, enjoy outdoor physical pursuits with the resort’s tennis academy, squash courts and 18 hole golf course, as well as offering yoga and pilates, and walking and hiking trails to explore the island, or to simply unwind on the sandy beaches and soak up the sun beside one of the seven fresh water swimming pools available at the resort.
Smugglers Cove is dedicated to providing its guests with a unique luxury experience, in a perfect tropical island location. The focus is the pursuit of pure pleasure and relaxation, and Intérieur London have been fortunate enough to secure the contract to create a design that will complement the aim of the hotel and spa; to give their guests a holiday that they will always remember, that will leave them feeling relaxed and indulged following their stay at the resort.
A popular place for couples to wed, Smugglers Cove is the perfect tropical setting for a romantic holiday retreat; Intérieur London will be creating a luxurious space where guests can totally fall in love with St Lucia, with Smugglers Cove, and with the surrounding beautiful blue skies and clear blue waters. With it’s village style accommodation on a 45 acre estate, guests can enjoy the space afforded by the resort, while taking advantage of all that Smugglers Cove has to offer, with tranquil spa and swimming pools, and secluded cove where guests can take time out to relax amongst the picturesque surroundings. The resort’s single storey rooms situated amongst the natural beauty of the sloping hillside, overlook the expansive tropical landscaped gardens, and afford guests a stunning view from their room.
Intérieur London will be providing the client with a design that perfectly matches and complements the resort’s location and unique style, and their particular focus on providing their guests with a luxury experience, where they can enjoy total relaxation on this tropical island paradise.
Launch of Baroque Lounge at the Playboy Club
At the end of last year, Intérieur London (formerly CID Interieur) announced the completion of the Baroque Bar at the Playboy Club in London’s Mayfair; a luxurious champagne bar that would match the Playboy identity and brand, in the heart of the capital, in one of the city’s most exclusive locations.
The glamorous new Baroque Champagne Bar, located within Mayfair’s Playboy Club, demonstrates the ultimate in epicurean design aesthetics. During last year Intérieur London was commissioned to create a unique space in the world famous club, and the sumptuous surroundings that can now be found within the walls of the Barque Bar were born.
With the most extensive Champagne menu in Europe, the bar was to incorporate all the decadent features that would effectively reflect the global brand and classic flamboyancy of the Playboy aesthetic. Intérieur London developed a design that would demonstrate the predominant Baroque aesthetic for which it is famed throughout Europe, which was reflected in art, music and design during a period of more than three Centuries, from the sixteenth, right the way through into the eighteenth.
As the name of the bar would suggest, the interior was to include rich, deep colours, with concentrated light that would create dramatic dark shadows, to exemplify the great drama for which the Baroque style is famed, highlighting an incredibly striking and bold style, with an eccentric edge.
To create the sumptuous surroundings, Intérieur London united a contemporary design style with a vintage salon look, that would fuse to create a luxurious environment, one that extends from the lavish deep red satin drapes, to the romance of sparkling chandeliers that twinkle intermittently as they reflect the light, creating the sense of glamour for which the Playboy brand is famed. The Baroque Bar exudes extravagance, from the luxuriousness of the red velvet seating, to the contemporary wall coverings; it is where the epicurean meets opulence.