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Finchatton — The Lansbury

The Client

Finchatton was founded in 2001 to create the most exceptional homes in the world. Today, after over a decade at the pinnacle of luxury property design and development, Finchatton remains dedicated to pushing the boundaries of ever-greater excellence and innovation.

The Project

The Lansbury was a development of six prestigious residences in a private new-build development overlooking Harrods, designed and developed by Finchatton.

Comprising a penthouse, duplex, triplex and Residents have privileged access to the service and amenities of award-winning 5-star boutique hotel The Capital.

Identity

DELIVERABLES

  • Art Direction
  • Brand Identity
  • Brochure
  • Website – Design & build
  • Film
  • Signage

The Approach

Following the guidelines we had created as part of the brand development of Finchatton, inspiration for the lead graphic came from the iconic interiors themselves — the patterns and colour palette of the accent furnishings.

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Creative Execution

In the heart of Knightsbridge, but discreetly tucked behind Harrods, The Lansbury was an oasis of calm. The full-height windows captured the changing light of the day. We developed an ‘positioning’ film for website and launch, that highlighted the proximity to Hyde Park and very Britishness of the location to the potential foreign buyer.

Finchatton spend more per sq. ft on their interior than any other developer. A smaller section of a room tells you as much about the level of finish as the whole room so to support the wider room shots, we also capture smaller ’tableau’ details.  Art direction gave the local area photography a warm natural aesthetic to convey the feeling of calm.

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    Creating the world's most exceptional homes. Client Achievements The Penthouse sold the day of launch for substantially over asking price. Finchatton
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