Bonaveri has supplied bespoke bust forms for Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos at their 'Townhouse Takeover' during London Design Festival installation.
Peter Pilotto asked Bonaveri to create bespoke bust forms for their 'Changing Rooms' section of the house, covering them in two-tone fabric inspired by the art of Russian Suprematist, Kazimir Malevich. Located in the basement, the bust forms form the focal point between a series of screens covered in Pilotto metallic fabrics.
Fashion designers Peter Pilotto and Christopher de Vos have applied their dynamic creative style to the interior of a Victorian house on Cromwell Place in Kensington filling it with contemporary art, lighting, furniture and ceramics. Billed as the highlight of the London Design Festival, the house is a supremely sophisticated riot of colour.
Peter Pilotto hints at opening a store at some stage in the future but understands that doing so requires special consideration. The interior certainly captures the feeling of how such a venture may work.
You really need to create something special that attracts people, where they want to hang out, and the fact it’s a temporary space creates more of a reason to go.*
Included in the interior are pieces from product designer, Bethan Laura Wood, artist Peter McDonald; glassblower Jochen Holz; furniture designer Martino Gamper; artist Francis Upritchard; and furniture supplied by the antique dealer, Schmid McDonagh.
We're delighted to have worked with the team at Peter Pilotto and Bonaveri on this project.
Townhouse Takeover - 3 Cromwell Place, London, SW1
Until Friday 13th October
*Quote from the telegraph.co.uk
Photography courtesy of Peter Pilotto