As a specialist furnishings, interiors and lighting consultancy Conran Contracts bring together all elements of both commercial and high end domestic expertise with a creative flair and professionalism unsurpassed by other consultancies.
Conran Contracts’s portfolio includes examples of residential and commercial interiors ranging from, private residences, marketing suites and multi-unit developments, restaurants, bars, hotels and resorts, retail environments and airport lounges as well as major legal, financial and educational institutions.
Decor&Style made an exclusive selection of the Best Interior Projects by Conran Contracts to inspire you.
Battersea Power Station
The magnificent, Grade II listed Battersea Power Station forms the centre-piece of an £8 billion redevelopment and a new marketing suite has now been installed on the roof of the iconic building for the Phase 2 sales launch and it is one of the best interior projects made by Conran Contracts.
Sterndale Road by The Vawdrey House
Working with The Vawdrey House we supplied some key pieces of furniture and lighting to compliment some classic pieces that the client already possessed. The designers were able to create unique modern home whist remaining sympathetic to the original features of the property.
Steeles Road Apartment by Sevil Peach
The internal organisation of the property was completely restructured to suit modern needs and the client brief.
Constructed around 1873 for Frederick Barnard (an illustrator of Charles Dickens’ books), this Grade ll listed Victorian building forms part of a group of five artists’ houses.
South Place, London
Named as one of the Big Six Art Hotels, this is the first hotel project from D&D London. The boutique hotel offers 80 bedrooms, four bars, five private dining rooms and two restaurants including Angler, the rooftop seafood restaurant holding a Michelin Star.
Crafthouse, Trinity Leeds by Conran Contracts
Located on the fifth floor of the new Trinity Leeds shopping centre, Crafthouse is one of two D&D London best restaurants split over two floors, their first in the UK outside of London.