Discover the design firm of ASH Design – ASH Design might have begun its life in Paris, but has grown to be a standout design firm in London were it has settled for over a decade. An inherently French point of view can be seen, comprising a masterly mix of modern design with a contemporary edge and a sound understanding of the luxury industry.
Located in the prestigious new build ‘Cheyne Terrace’, in the heart of Chelsea and a stone’s throw from the iconic Kings Road, this eclectic design is an all encompassing design to turnkey standard with a myriad of bespoke furniture and finishes, teamed with antique and contemporary art and furniture.
Also located in the heart of Chelsea, in the prestigious new build ‘Alpha Place’, this Ash Design apartment presents a cohesive scheme where symmetry, pattern, texture and a distinct graphic element are at the heart of this contemporary design.
Following a defined idea of the mood, look and feel for this home, Ash Design developed these ideas for interior design and expertly streamlined them for functional family living.
This Waterloo office utilizes a modern design in order to bring out the structure and natural characteristics of the building its situated in.
This interior design project in St. James’s, London makes use of color and light to create a harmonious commercial project.
Located in Richard Meier’s iconic architectural skyscraper, this interior design project is purposely pared back of statement monochrome, predominantly black, white and gold, teamed with bright contrasts. The apartment is a design inspiration with subtle backdrop designed and expertly curated to maximise the growing decorative art collection it houses.
Located in Miami in a notable residential apartment block by architect Sieger Suarez. This Ash Design apartment design inspiration was to embrace a pared back aesthetic to showcase an important collection of photography, art and sculpture dating from the 1970s to the present day, and, at the same time, create a welcoming home for a family. Taking advantage of the light levels at this elevated height was of paramount importance – furnishings, fabrics and accessories were chosen for their sophisticated, subtle and often reflective qualities.
Located within a typical Parisian Haussmann block uniquely situated within the roof eaves, this well lit space with a muted palette enhanced by flashes of yellow. Ash Design have commissioned a selection of bespoke furniture pieces by French craftsmen and have used materials for their sensuous, luxurious and textured qualities to create an edited eclectic design.