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Bryan O’Sullivan Studio’s design aesthetic combines multiple influences to create spaces where people can feel at ease and at home while still maintaining a sense of place. Whether it’s a public hotel or a private residence, we strive to make even the most difficult spaces appear welcoming and timeless.
They work collaboratively in the Studio; they believe it is critical to draw from a wide range of expertise and inspiration, both for themselves and their clients. They value attention to detail and a personal touch, which has resulted in long-term relationships with many of their Clients.
They believe their style is compelling, elegant, and timeless. The studio approaches each project with fresh eyes, resulting in unique work that reflects its surroundings and is tailored to each project.
Bryan, who studied architecture at the University of Westminster, established his Studio in London in 2013, having previously worked with industry leaders such as Annabelle Selldorf, David Collins, Martin Brudnizki, and Luis Laplace.
In a 1925 Italianate building, this elegant home restores two apartments to their original singular form. The studio has created an open loft-like atmosphere with a spacious living area, connecting kitchen, dining, and formal reception room. Creams and neutrals open up the space, while blues, coral, and pinks add sophistication. With soft, layered pastel colour palettes, the master suite, its dressing room, and three guest bedrooms are carefully composed to form oases from the bustle below.
This chalet, carved into the slopes of Courchevel, respects the local archetype while also introducing new architectural details. A warm interior of layered textures and tonal timber provides a soft atmosphere in which to enjoy the breath-taking landscape behind the strong façade.
Beautiful living room.
The neutral colours create a cosy ambience in this living room.
Astonishing living room
Claridge’s has a long history, which the studio incorporated into the design, from the central skylight to the scalloped ceiling. Because the space is limited, we chose an uplifting palette of soft colours. The pink fluted marble bar takes centre stage, flanked on the walls by green onyx panels.
The lighting decor is gorgeous!
This Belgravia residence is a classic townhouse that has been completely restructured and renovated. The goal was to infuse understated contemporary glamour into a 19th-century structure. The ground-floor drawing room has a spectacular fireplace and serves as an elegant formal room. A new central staircase leads to the home’s heart, an aged brass-accented kitchen that opens to a courtyard with a fountain. The entertaining areas are completed by an intimate dining room and a relaxed snug. The studio has designed a large terrace with a jasmine-covered pergola. A living green wall scales three storeys on the opposite side, creating a vertical oasis in the city.
Henri Deglane renovated the building over a four-year period to make it suitable for twenty-first-century family living. Fine craftsmanship draws out and celebrates the house’s origins and history, while clever space planning and structural additions ensure the home meets today’s exacting standards. The Studio is working on every aspect of this lovely home, from the architecture to the art and Home Lighting Design.
The interiors of this four-story Victorian home were completely renovated to meet the needs of the busy family while maintaining a sense of sophistication and calm. The interiors create a haven and interact with the stunning garden and spire views on either side of the building. A white on white colour scheme improves the flow and allows art and furniture to stand out. The Studio sourced all of the flooring, finishes, and furniture for the house.
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