Higher & Higher
Daniel Hopwood | Architecture and Interior Design, London

Studio Hopwood
86 Gloucester Place
London
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British Institute of Interior Design Member
Higher & Higher Canary Wharf, London

Higher & Higher

Canary Wharf, London
Residential
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Exterior
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Colourful interior
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Clashing colours in living room interior
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Neutral dining room with mustard yellow statement chairs
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Use of natural lighting in interior scheme
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Penthouse bedroom
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Penthouse bedroom design
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Penthouse bathroom design
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Blue bedroom with gold accents
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Blue bedroom with gold accents, close up
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Colourful sun trap
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Blue chairs and purple rug
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Elegant dining area
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Views from the penthouse
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Interesting interior architecture
Daniel Hopwood Dollar Bay penthouse design. Neutral interiors framed by natural lighting
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The magnificent Dollar Bay tower, designed by Simpson Haugh & Partners for Mount Anvil.
Here is proof that bright clashing colours can be used and yet it still looks classy.
Spot the light in the corner, designed by Studio Hopwood. Even the marble base lights up.
You’ll find a dash of gold working its way through the entire apartment.
This is the most astonishing space, 3 stories of winter garden, in which we’ve created a bar to gaze at the far reaching view.
The question is, is the throw holding the bed up?
I have to say, the Studio is really proud of this shot.
Even James Bond wouldn’t draw a better bubble bath than this
A slight twist on a classic bedroom by using different lights and tables on either side of the bed.
You can achieve classic design by not necessarily using beige, we’ve used teal and gold.
The chair just adds a little hippy chic to a very sleek space.
A view from the rich, moody hallway into the bright, sparkling dining room.
Hope you’ve noticed that the rug reflects the sky. We’ve grouped a whole bunch of lights together to heighten the sense of glamour.
Something old and something blue is challenging the modern.
A view from the Jacuzzi to the party gallery.
And the finale, the party gallery, dressed in a 1970’s Rock n Roll fashion.

Higher & Higher

Designers Statement

I do love visiting show homes in new developments and see how the marketing team sell their idea of living and who they are appealing to. I have spotted some inspired design but sadly it is in the minority. Many schemes are designed to appeal to everyone but sadly such compromise just offers disappointment.

Occasionally, I’ve thought that I’d like to have a go at a show home myself. Then as if by magic, the forward thinking developers Mount Anvil asked me to work on their new development called Dollar Bay. A beautiful tower designed by international award-winning Simpson Haugh & Partners which has clear views up South Dock right through the city to the West End.

The best view in Dollar bay is from the penthouse which is on four floors from the 28th to 32nd. It must be one of the most unique apartments in London and they invited me to work on it. With an open brief, here was the opportunity to go against the grain and create a show flat that could inspire.

It looks like we are not the only ones that are pleased with the apartment WhatHouse 2017 has given it a golden medal.

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