Londra

Beechwood Private House

Materials utilized

Botticino

Fantastic Onyx

Emerald Onyx

Lymra Limestone

Silver Travertine Siena

Alabastrino Travertine

Thala Beige Limestone

Ivory Onyx

Green Onyx

Breccia Aurora

Brown Tobacco

Emperador Light

Calcite Azul Extra

Beechwood House is a particularly important historical building, since it was built in 1840 in a suburb in the North-West of London, by the architect George Basevi. The detached building belongs to an estate of 4.5 hectares of land and through the years has been the property of many celebrities from various fields.

Furrer Carrara has contributed to the interiors and to the most prestigious spaces: SPA and Comfort Zone in the basement, multi-sensory shower and indoor swimming pool. Not to mention the main entrance and the hallways, especially on the ground floor of this historical building made modern and functional by Furrer.