For bathrooms and wet rooms, this is a naturally waterproof lime based plaster, which offers a timeless and seamless colour finish. Using pigment to colour the plaster and with a choice of finishing options, we can create a flat, semi matt surface or, like below, a more pummelled and hand crafted finish, with a high wax gloss.
Cox London are renowned for creating unique and beautifully crafted furniture and lighting.
For their new studio, gallery and their stand at Decorex 2015 we applied a bespoke grey plaster throughout. With particular attention to subtle patination and a finish that would provide easy repair due to the ever changing displays, we enjoyed the collaborative process and working with such a creative business.
Cox London 2015
For a simple and seamless finish, the natural white colour of plaster and wax, gives a timeless aesthetic.
In a former east end factory, our client and architect created an open plan living space, using a limited palette of oiled metal, concrete and oak. We used our natural white lime plaster for the main staircase wall and the bathroom, with a mid grey Tadelakt for the 'walk in and sit down' shower. For a 'concrete look,' this mid grey tadelakt can be a useful alternative when concrete cannot be considered, due to site restrictions.
For the new Angela Hartnett restaurant, we were commissioned to apply our lime plaster, tinted with French Ochre. A nominee for best restaurant interior by Elle Decoration, the plaster gave a warm depth to the space, tinted to 'age' the walls, chosen to compliment the eclectic mix of old and new design, within the restaurant.