Complicity
Daniel Hopwood | Architecture and Interior Design, London

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Made by Six

British Institute of Interior Design Member
Complicity Clapham, London

Complicity

Clapham, London
Residential
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – jungle wallpaper, chocolate walls and floating mirrored ceiling. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – study. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – bookshelves. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – multi-purpose room design. Indian interior design in London
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – painted feature wall. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – velvet 19th century French chair feature. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – angular décor scheme. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – hovering bed. Indian interior design in London
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – hovering bed and over scaled headboard. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – deep purple bathroom. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – bathroom design. Indian interior design
Complicity by Daniel Hopwood – bachelor bedroom design. Indian interior design
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This hallway was designed for impact. Dark chocolate walls and floating mirrored ceiling draw attention to the jungle wallpaper.
A peak into the study or should I say inner sanctum?
To create shelves with such large spans that can also accommodate heavy books required a feat of joinery engineering.
It’s hard to make a multi-purpose room look good, especially both day and night. However we have achieved this with careful placing of pattern, colour and lighting.
It’s only paint! But with a little help from some masking tape the bland wall has become a major feature of the room.
Despite the scheme being quite futuristic we managed to include this 19th century French chair which has been upholstered irreverently in a patchwork of velvet. Behind is a mysteriously deep blue mirror.
The angular scheme continues through to the geometric table base and the chandelier hanging above it.
A bed that hovers and an over scaled headboard. What else would you put in a bachelor’s apartment!
All we did was add the wallpaper but it has turned what was a boring developer bathroom into something more interesting.

Complicity

Designers Statement

When it comes to interior decoration most fear pattern and colour. I have never understood why especially when the results can be so effective and stylish.

You can imagine then how thrilled I was when I met a client who wanted to turn his newly developed apartment into something more individual and fun. I had found an accomplice! I heard later during the project that other interior designers had turned the project down for not being big enough. A tight budget in our studio is an opportunity to be even more creative rather than just relying on expensive products.

The key to that creativity? Yes you’ve guessed it, being playful with pattern colour.

 

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