patricia urquiola's interiors for lincoln square combine colored glass, marble, and bronze
 
patricia urquiola's interiors for lincoln square combine colored glass, marble, and bronze
sep 25, 2016

patricia urquiola's interiors for lincoln square combine colored glass, marble, and bronze

 

patricia urquiola has conceptualized the interiors of the residents’ amenities at her first london-based development, and her first residential project. the design utilizes a mix of materials, including colored glass, timber, marbles, and bronze metals. ‘our aim was to create a variety of beautiful yet unique spaces which have their own individual character yet are unified by subtle elements and themes,’ explains urquiola.

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the entrance lobby includes bespoke bronze and metal mesh chandeliers

 

 

lincoln square, developed by lodha UK, is a residential complex located opposite central london’s royal courts of justice and lincoln’s inn fields. for the project’s interiors, patricia urquiola has used this historic location to channel a luxury feeling of london, with a modern twist. residential amenities include a 25 meter swimming pool and spa, complete with separate vitality pool and treatment rooms. a gymnasium is also provided, alongside a private club and library, a cinema, a private dining area, and snooker and games rooms.

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central movable panels discreetly disappear into the walls when opened

 

 

urquiola’s design of the entrance lobby includes bespoke bronze and metal mesh chandeliers, which dominates the double-height space. the private dining room can be divided into two areas by central movable panels and curtains, which discreetly disappear into the walls when opened. the rugs and tables in each of the two rooms can be connected through additional carpet and table panels which, when in place, unite the entire space.

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the cinema room has been designed to be an extension of living areas

 

 

metal grids are used heavily in the communal spaces, such as the library and health club where they act as visual filters — giving privacy without segregating the space. the health club and treatment rooms use grey and sand tones to create a calm and relaxing environment further enhanced by a selective use of light. the walls are finished with subtle patterned wallpaper.

 

the cinema room has been designed to be an extension of the resident’s living area and features both one and two seater sofas with side tables and low lighting. here, a color palette of grey and yellow has been used, while in the children’s spaces, more vibrant colors have been employed. functional soft rope screens create three separate areas: table tennis, television and video games, and a slide and ball pool section for younger children.

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lincoln square comprises ten storeys as well as a private courtyard

 

 

we are very excited to have collaborated with patricia urquiola and her team on our first london project,’ says charlie walsh, head of sales and marketing lodha UK. ‘she completely understood our vision to create a unique development which draws from the area’s impressive heritage and offers its residents a luxurious home but with an individual sense of identity.’

 

in total, lincoln square comprises ten storeys and two basement levels as well as a private courtyard. available residences include studios to four-bed apartments and two penthouses, with prices starting from £900,000.

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