Featured throughout this apartment, designed by interior designer James Dawson, are custom black and white graphics, that were made using wallpaper, which was cut to fit the design.
“The wallpaper feature seen throughout took 18 hours to hand draw the design onto the ceiling and walls and then to cut up and lay each piece of paper strips into position. It was designed to visually separate the kitchen from the lounge area to retain the open feeling whilst creating a delicate separation,” says James.
Photography by John Downs Photography
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