Author: Boundary Space

Avocado Times

It seems our avocado bathroom is everywhere these days. This week it is the Sunday Times, which describes our bathroom as “deliciously retro glam”! If you missed the paper edition, you can read the full article on Boundary Space’s bathroom on the Sunday Times website.


Sunday Times Apartment of the Week

The Sunday Times have just featured an apartment we recently completed as their Home of the Week. We gained planning permission and listed building consent to completely gut and refurbish the apartment to an exquisite standard creating a 5 bedroom property now on sale for £15 million.

We worked with contractor Icon 1992 and structural engineers Fluid Structures to take out all the partitions and re-plan the entire flat, creating a central core that rose up through four storeys with a a sweeping curved stair.


Bisca Staircase

Boundary Space recently visited the Bisca workshop to observe and learn about their manufacturing process, meet the craftsmen and see a recent staircase design take shape.

We understand the value of forming close working relationships with artisan suppliers to produce the most coherent and best realised designs.

To this end we take a hands-on approach, involving ourselves at every stage: meeting and communicating regularly with suppliers throughout manufacture, visiting the workshop and taking a real interest in the process.

We believe that this always shines through in the end result.

Architectural Joinery

Boundary Space are experts in architectural joinery; we understand how important it is and how it should be used to create the desired aesthetic.

Too often overlooked, these key elements play a pivotal role in shaping and distinguishing spaces.

Architectural joinery can set the tone of a room, marking out the level of formality, giving character and complexity through layering of light and shadow, or contextualising the space with either a historical or contemporary feel.

Bespoke lighting

Every space and each design comes with its own unique set of requirements. For this reason, many spaces need specially adapted bespoke elements to fully realise their design potential.

Lighting is one such bespoke element. Boundary Space have extensive experience designing bespoke lighting solutions to fit unusual spaces, meet an exact design brief or realise a unique vision.

These are examples of a couple of the internal and external fittings we have designed and manufactured.

Brand value through texture

Boundary Space created a new Soho space for tea shop café brand Amanzi Tea.

At Amanzi Soho Boundary Space focused on contrasting textures and high quality finishes to inject warmth, identity and visual interest into the compact space.

Carrara marble and antique brass were offset with gloss ceramics, exposed brick, timber-effect ceramic flooring and unglazed cement tiles to produce a richly layered aesthetic.

Juxtaposing textures were used to cultivate character and complexity, in keeping with the interior branding, and to connote quality.

3D Printing

At Boundary Space we understand how important it is to keep abreast of technological advancements, and we are constantly updating our systems and equipment to ensure that we provide clients with the most up to date service.

3D printing has huge potential in the design world and we are pleased to have acquired a 3D printer at the Boundary Space studio, enabling us to harness this new technology in-house and produce sophisticated mock-ups and 3D representations.

Social Retail

Boundary Space’s design for the new George Spencer Designs flagship showroom realises a retail space with a difference: a departure from the anonymous, transactional retail model found on the high street.