In an urban masterpiece, glossy shades of violet and cobalt reflect the magnificent views of Hamburg and the Elbe river.
Glowing copper and red 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 backdrop 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 Melnicov, 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.