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“Timeless, bespoke, comfortable living was key to the design; an elegant, muted palette of cream, brown and bronze inspired by landscape.”
For over 20 years, Louise Bradley has worked with some of the most discerning private clients across the world. Her signature classic contemporary elegance is instantly recognisable, pairing a neutral palette and natural materials with bespoke accents to create homes that are both stylish and comfortable. Inspired by the architecture and setting of Magna Carta Park, Bradley has envisioned interiors that recall the elegance of a classic family estate, complemented by striking contemporary detailing and modern amenities.
What was the vision behind the design of the residences at Magna Carta Park?
I always work with the architecture of a building, designing bespoke interiors that naturally work with the space. The interiors at Magna Carta Park were influenced by the beautiful surroundings and the history of the landscape. I wanted to bring the outside in with an organic aesthetic that worked with both the natural environment outside and the style of the architecture.
How did you come up with the palette of colours and materials at Magna Carta Park?
I like to use textures and a subtle, timeless palette, with lots of natural and unique finishes including natural stone, burnished metals and warm timbers. The setting of the Residences lends itself to this palette and we worked with neutral colours, subtle joinery detailing and refined textured surfaces to create a sense of both classic and contemporary elegance.
What are your favourite elements of the designs?
I think the bathrooms are beautiful. We used stone and marble to create a sense of a spa-like sanctuary, somewhere that isn’t just functional, but also part of the design of the entire house. The kitchens are also really nicely finished, with stone and granite. I love the wooden floors, the oak is a beautiful complement to both the colours of the design and the woodlands outside.Residences