Bergman Interiors bespoke design for a penthouse has been inspired by the local areas of Regent’s Park and Marylebone
Interior design and architecture studio Bergman Interiors created the design concept for this 3,100 sq ft penthouse in Portland Place, central London. The space, which is part of the luxury Park Crescent development by Amazon Property, features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a study, and a terrace offering views of Regent’s Park.
As artists, architects and interior designers, co-founders Marie Soliman and Albin Berglund have brought their artistic flare and bespoke approach to the project. From the hand-tufted rug created from Soliman’s own art inspired by a sunset to the bespoke curved furnishings, such as the sofa that takes centre stage in the sitting room, every piece of furniture has been created by Bergman Interiors. The textures of the fabrics and furnishings create an aesthetic that is both masculine and feminine in its effect. Taking inspiration from the surrounding architecture of Regent’s Park and Marylebone, standout pieces include a metal mural that maps out key landmarks in the area
Every piece of furniture has been created by Bergman Interiors. Credit: Nick Smith / Anna Stathaki
Another key creation is the property’s television unit that combines the fireplace, TV and bookshelves. Bergman Interiors wanted something that was more than just functional and so created a piece of art with Skyline layered joinery; brushed, sleek brass panels; exquisite, natural grey Mundy veneers; and a sliding door with stunning starburst marquetry. Inspired by nature and organic structures, the unit takes its form from the silhouette of spreading tree branches. This language translates into the brass tailored beams of the property, which extend from floor to ceiling to frame the rooms.
Materials in the property include exotic stone table tops and organic materials, with ethical sourcing a key aspect of the process. Credit: Nick Smith / Anna Stathaki
The kitchen has been curated as a focal point of the home, aiming to reflect the sophistication of London’s top exclusive members’ clubs. The Svarta Berg Black Mountains pendant light fittings draw inspiration from diamonds and jewellery and were selected to cast shadows on the three, large art panels created by Soliman to represent the ever changing light found in mountain landscapes. The kitchen appliances are discreetly hidden by the mix of antique mirrors with brushed bronze and herringbone veneers.
The property features three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a study, and a terrace offering views of Regent’s Park. Credit: Nick Smith / Anna Stathaki
The choice of materials in the property includes exotic stone table tops and organic materials throughout, with ethical sourcing a key aspect of the process. Soliman says: ‘We fell in love with the penthouse from the first meeting. For us as designers, individuality is often undervalued – it’s so important to stand out and create something unique. That’s why we are so keen to have a variety of projects, locations and clients.
‘The penthouse is an exceptional property and our use of art and furniture created in-house has ensured that this is a completely one-off development in one London’s most sought-after addresses.’