Cereal Abode | A concept apartment on London's Greenwich Peninsula
Last week I attended the launch of Cereal Abode at Greenwich Peninsula - a beautiful concept apartment curated by Rich Stapleton and Rosa Park of Cereal magazine, together with stylist Natalie Schwer.
It's located in an area of London that is currently undergoing a major transformation. I first wrote about some of the changes taking place there a couple of years ago when we stayed in a penthouse designed by Tom Dixon, so it was interesting to revisit and see how things have progressed since then.
The Cereal team have brought their distinctive aesthetic to the duplex apartment which they have created in partnership with Greenwich Peninsula and Aucoot. Modern and vintage pieces are mixed effortlessly together along with organic sculptural forms and a material palette which includes polished concrete, brass, marble and black joinery. The floor to ceiling windows allow you to really connect with the ever changing river views and there's also a large outdoor terrace furnished with pieces from the Hay Palissade collection.
As well as swooning over pretty much everything in it, including a stunning rough hewn marble dining table by Fritz Hansen, I also came away wondering if I could replicate that concrete effect on the matt limewash walls with some clever paintwork at home.
The apartment is currently for sale via Aucoot.
Images courtesy of Aucoot.