Pioneering design meets modern living in each of our developments. We leave no corners untouched.
Our mixed use project on Pratt Mews comprises of two office spaces and eight new flats with 1 – 3 bedrooms. A contemporary take on a traditional set of mews properties, the facade is finished in white and brown glazed brick slips, split between recessed downpipes and crittal frames with a red zinc clad mansard roof.
The building’s bespoke casement windows echo its origins. And the Lambeth hinges on the doors are still made in the same way they were more than 200 years ago – by hand pouring molten cast iron onto crafted sand moulds. Timber parquet floors throughout give a sense of continuity, and skirting boards pick up the colour of the architraves throughout each apartment in cool, granite tones hand-painted on site.
We searched far and wide to find some of the rarest fittings with a perfect simplicity giving calm and balance to the interiors. Touch points like the Buster and Punch knurled kitchen door handles and light switches have the same satisfying tactile snick as the magneto switches on a class Bentley. The kitchens were hand-built by Sola cabinet makers in Sweden, chosen for their traditional in-frame cabinetry, where all the doors fit inside the structure of every piece of hand-made cabinet or island. The drawers are solid birch, so the grain can be felt and admired every time they are opened.
The simple complexity works together to create a fluid, redefined take on the home. Every switch, floor, faucet, cabinet, window and tiniest detail is a reminder of the quiet luxury that we’ve built into Moy’s from the ground up.
If you’re interested in viewing the apartments, please contact either Hamptons International or Goldschmidt & Howland.