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.
Venetian is a fine Italian plaster, with a smooth and highly reflective finish.
We created a bespoke blue for our client, using Lapis Lazuli pigment. To enhance patination we used two tones of blue, fading out to nearly white at the ceiling line.
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.