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Designed by Woulfe is proud to be a winner of three awards at The UK Property Awards 2021 for our work on both our family home in Notting Hill, London and for our work on a West London period property in Fulham.
Stay up to date with everything that’s happening in the world of Designed by Woulfe as we share the highlights worth knowing about. From the latest design collaborations and product launches to the awards, exhibitions, trade shows and events happening across the luxury interior design, architecture and property worlds, our news section is here to keep you in the loop.
With our extensive knowledge of the property market we were able to assist our client in the procurement of a truly unique opportunity to build a stunning contemporary home set within 71acres with far reaching views across open farmland to the South Downs National Park.
Designed by Woulfe have been commissioned to design and project manage the renovation of this Period Villa on a popular tree-lined road in St John’s Wood, London. This luxury property is in excess of 400 sq m and offers high ceilings, elegant formal entertaining areas as well as a cinema room, home gym and a south facing garden.
Whether you have a traditional country kitchen complete with an Aga cooker and brass finishes, or you’re looking to fill the extra space in your newly extended kitchen and dining room, we’re sure you’ll find some inspiration in our kitchen design trends round-up.
We are committed to integrating sustainability into our business at every level – from client projects to our own operations and using our influence in the wider community. Informed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we have implemented a clear strategy for reaching our targets and measuring our efforts along the way. We’re pleased to share our progress in the Designed by Woulfe Sustainability Report for 2019-2020.
Environmental awareness and sustainability have never been more of a priority for individuals, communities and businesses alike. Considered interior design can help create more homes that are better for the planet, the economy and our wellbeing.
Here, we look at some of the products and companies putting sustainability at the heart of what they do.
In this episode, Jeff and Susie are joined by Brian Woulfe of Designed by Woulfe to explore how the theory of “Emotion In Design’ can be applied to the design of interior spaces. Is Don Norman’s approach just a marketing spin, or are there real benefits to be had? And if so, how can designers ensure that clients respond positively to their designs on all levels?
Environmental awareness and sustainability have never been more of a priority for individuals, communities and businesses alike. All industries are increasingly looking at reducing waste and the use of virgin materials, and that includes those working in the property sector. Considered interior design can help conserve energy, reduce waste and pollution and help create homes that are better for the planet, the economy and our wellbeing.
Here, we look at some of the latest stats and innovations around water consumption, lighting, and home automation that can make huge differences, helping you measure and reduce your home’s carbon footprint.
A group of influential interior design practices have today joined forces to launch ‘Interior Design Declares’ as part of Construction Declares, calling on everyone “working in the design and construction industry” to adopt a “paradigm shift in behaviour” over climate change.
Good sleep hygiene isn’t just a matter of daily habits and routines. It’s also about creating the right bedroom environment to promote better sleep, consistently. This means considering elements such as lighting, temperature and of course, the perfect bed.
We all know that it’s easy to let life get in the way, but taking care of our bodies and minds has never been more important. Making sure our homes have a bespoke area to focus on our wellbeing can help us ensure we dedicate the right amount of time, space and energy on keeping ourselves in good mental and physical health.
Improving your sleep, boosting brain power, decreasing stress hormones, weight control, building stronger bodies – the advantages of physical exercise are endless. Having some equipment at home, whether it’s simply a cardio machine or a fully-kitted-out gym, means you’ve got the convenience of being able to keep up with your fitness passions all year round. Here, we look at the latest luxury products that offer high-impact on both your body and your home-gym aesthetic. From handcrafted dumbbells to virtual cardio classes through a mirror, there’s an abundance of equipment options available for your home…
Dee Gibson is a British-Sri Lankan interior designer, avid traveller and first-time hotelier. She is as passionate about craftsmanship, antiques and sustainable design and founded Kalukanda House, a private, luxury villa in Weligama on Sri Lanka’s south coast in 2017.
Putting a project team together is no mean feat. Join Interior Designer Brian Woulfe, Lighting Designer Lucy Martin and Home Automation Consultant Tas Kyriacou to discuss creating the ‘dream team’.
In this online discussion, Elspeth Pridham, editor of Studio magazine, will be joined by BIID members Lester Bennett, Harriet Forde and Brian Wolfe to discuss how to grow your interior design business in a post pandemic world.
“The sumptuous style of ‘Mad Men’ reflects the current zealous appetite for mid-century modern furniture” says Maria Fitzpatrick.
When Clare Gaskin Interiors and Designed by Woulfe decided to collaborate on a room set for DreamHouzz 2018 we looked no further than the classy interiors of the late Fifties and Sixties.
“We can all be better designers and business owners,” say industry experts at eporta’s Design Leadership lunch. Last week, at a spectacular house in London’s Clerkenwell, eporta hosted a round table discussion with some of the most experienced and prominent voices in interior design. The candid conversation revolved around some of the most important issues affecting the interior design industry today, including fees and transparency, design leadership, sustainability and ethics. Over two-hours, 12 interior designers and architects shared their knowledge and ideas on how to advance the industry.
Interior Designers Brian Woulfe, Sophie Paterson (Sophie Paterson Interiors) and Laura Hammett (Laura Hammett Interiors) join Martin Waller at the Andrew Martin showroom on Walton Street.