Classic Contemporary Interiors
Designed by Woulfe are delighted to have been shortlisted for the British Homes Awards 2021 within the category of ‘Best Interior Design: Individual home, Project cost over £500,000’.
Our annual list of new property developments across London showcases exciting real estate projects across the capital city. Whether you're on the lookout for a modern and stylish new home in London or a smart investment opportunity to add to your growing portfolio, residential, commercial and multi-use schemes are (excuse the pun) on the rise. While Covid-19 has undoubtedly put a spanner in the works across the entire global property market, the pandemic and consequent lockdowns here in the UK made a considerable impact on residential developments. With this in mind, you'll find that our top 20 list also includes 6 property developments from 2020 which have slightly postponed - but hey, good things come to those who wait.
The Irish property market has shown great resilience over the last 12 months. With prices set to rise by an average of 4% in 2021, Irish luxury property developers are feeding the demand for new homes. From modern newbuilds which will sit harmoniously alongside existing period properties, to developments being designed to emulate historic homes while maintaining all the perks of contemporary housing, there’s a lot going on property-wise in Dublin and beyond. We round up our pick of the 10 most exciting new property developments for 2021.
As London’s property market continues to grow, residential, commercial and other multi-use property developments of varying scales are cropping up across the city. From much sought after luxury new homes in the heart of town to incredible new real estate that’s putting otherwise overlooked areas firmly on the map, there’s definitely a lot to be excited about. We’ve rounded up our favourite 25 new developments in London for 2020 and beyond.
This modern, classic bedroom is small but perfectly formed. Set within a multi-award winning property, the interiors we have created here show how an efficient use of space doesn’t have to mean compromising on style.