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Genessia and Shalini Misra unveil a luxury apartment in London

by Simon Yuen on Jun 21, 2016 in Interiors
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Interior designer Shalini Misra and real estate development company Genessia has launched an apartment design in London’s exclusive Mayfair district

Located in an enriched terracotta Victorian building, the apartment spans 2,355 sq-ft and includes bespoke design which respects the original features, such as elaborate fireplaces and cornices. The company has upgraded the space to meet modern standards of living, with air-conditioning and underfloor heating added along with state-of-the-art lighting from Lutron.

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The space comprises a double reception room incorporating the formal dining area, a kitchen with dining and utility room, a staff bathroom, an extended master bedroom, suite with a walk-in wardrobe, a study area and a large bathroom. All rooms have a three-metre ceiling height.

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“The combination of our many years of experience renovating and designing clients’ properties, our keen eye for exceptional designs and our vertically integrated team of architects and designers puts us in the perfect position to create interiors specific to each property, respecting and enhancing their integral character,” says Misra, who will be one of the interior design judges for Perspective’s annual A&D Trophy Awards later in the year.

 

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