Gentleman’s Quarters
Daniel Hopwood | Architecture and Interior Design, London

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Gentleman’s Quarters Clapham Common, London

Gentleman’s Quarters

Clapham Common, London
Residential
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – modern living room with orange accents. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – modern living space. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – comfortable modern dining room. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – modern hallway in dark tones. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – hallway with buffalo skull feature. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – dark hallway with mirror. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – home gym. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – home office with bespoke desk and shelving. Masculine interior design, London
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – bedroom with South African influences. Masculine interior design
Gentleman’s Quarters by Daniel Hopwood – handmade headboard inspired by sports cars. Masculine interior design
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This room was more like a white canvas, but playing with layering and scale and having fun with asymetry, we have achieved a living room that has all the modernity as well as personality.
Concealed to the right is a large door between the library hallway and the living space, stained in different tones of grey and lined with strips of polished bronze.
By making this dining space really comfortable it can be used at any time of the day and night, and not just for eating.
The sexy hallway. Why is it sexy? We've gone dark.
Doesn't everybody need a buffalo in a hallway?
The mirror is amazing and casts reflections all around the room, and yet was such a bargain find.
We have made the best use of the downstairs hall into turning it into gym.
Working at home does not have to be a dismal experience, especially if you are surrounded by bespoke shelving and desk.
We wanted the flat to reflect Chris's South African background and his love for London. The art to the right is by Luke M. Walker, and it is the new Tate Modern extention.
We had the headboard handmade, and it is inspired by the leather seats found in vintage sport cars. And do checkout the bed - it has cantilevered from the wall.

Gentleman’s Quarters

Designers Statement

We must be getting a reputation at Studio Hopwood for doing cool London bachelor pads, as here is another one, but we are not complaining. Young men don’t come with much baggage and want a home that is completely tailored around them, a perfect client for us. Our’s here, Chris, was great to work with. His brief was clear, wanting a home that is undeniably masculine and suits his lifestyle. This central London apartment is designed for entertaining, being home alone, working out and even working at home. GQ magazine loves the project too and has featured it in their March 2017 issue as an ideal man pad.

 

For more Bachelor Pads, visit Bachelor Pad and Complicity.

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