In an urban masterpiece, glossy shades of violet and cobalt reflect the magnificent views of Hamburg and the Elbe river.
Glowing copper and red details are offset by moody green walls throughout a luminous Amsterdam home.
Classic Sylt architecture meets contemporary detailing in this cosy getaway.
The client’s stellar collection of Russian Impressionism inspired this apartment’s sugar hued decor.
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Luxurious and tactile surfaces in crème brûlé colours bring calm to an urban apartment for a successful business woman.
Classic Hanseatic architecture, with a dash of unconventional colour inspired the chic Tortüe hotel in Hamburg’s city centre. A four star with a 5 star vibe.
On the outskirts of Moscow a comfortably sophisticated getaway is spacious enough for large scale entertaining.
A residential tower in Amsterdam’s business district references the New York skyscrapers of the 1930’s - with a nod to Holland’s iconic architect of the period, Dudok.
In collaboration with Vonder bespoke joinery services, Kate Hume and Frans van der Heijden have designed a luxury lifestyle collection. Kitchen, dressing rooms, library and furniture are all made to measure in Kate’s signature finishes.
Nestled in the Surrey countryside, this family home is an unexpected back- drop for the clients provocative art collection.
Once the clients office, this spacious property in Zürich is now re-thought as a grown-up home.
A 17thC property in South West France features a combination of Heijden Hume pieces, vintage finds and classic upholstery creating a relaxed holiday atmosphere.
Inspired by the constructivist designs and colourations of Russian architect Melnikov, this central Moscow apartment is a bright and airy pied à terre for a film producer and his wife.
A converted stable furnished with easy items is the perfect location for summer guests.