Sara sources and commissions the finest craftsmen for her discerning clients.
Sara designs and project manages to ensure that her clients' wishes are fulfilled.
When the walls of this London project were removed a low RSJ was revealed. The decision was made to drop the ceiling at this point and install antique columns from Rajasthan.
A marble Jali screen was placed so that it separated the lavatory from the rest of the room.
The mirrored panelling conceals all the bathroom cabinets.
A redundant chimney was reinstated and an antique fire surround sourced.
Sara sources and commissions mirrors that range from antique gilt, through eglomise to industrial. She often incorporates mirror panelling into her designs.
Before and after photos show an entrance hall where we were asked to remove the low ceilings.
As the plasterboard came down a massive RSJ revealed itself. To make sense of it we balanced it with perpendicular beams.
The modern fireplace was replaced with an antique one.
The room had one tiny window so we installed mirrored panels to pull light into the space.
The refurbishment of the President's Lodge took place over a two year period.
The Cambridge building was originally commissioned in 1448 by the two queens - Margaret of Anjou (m. King Henry VI) and Elizabeth Woodville (m.King Edward IV) - hence the apostrophe after the 's'.
Inspiration to bring the building into the 21st century was taken from the architecture, surroundings and artwork - such as Rosetti's last painting - 'Joan of Arc'.
Mood boards and budgets were prepared for the approval of the Lodge Committee and Bursary and then the stripping out of wall-to-wall carpets, dried flowers and short nylon curtains commenced ...
Using local stonemasons and metalworkers we designed various fireplaces and fountains.
Once we prepared a clay maquette of what gently lapping rills of water should look like we were on the home run.
Recent trips to Bali have unearthed a treasure trove of antiques, furniture and artworks.
Having manufactured a lot of furniture there are now four 40' containers heading to Morocco ...
An eco-house planned on a two-acre headland on an island in Lake Victoria.