Flair Studio is a London based, RIBA chartered interior architecture and design practice.

We aim to provide innovative design ideas from conceptual stage through to implementation, end-to-end delivery and completion to ensure that architecture, interior design and styling tie together to create unique results.

At Flair Studio we work collaboratively on retail, residential and hospitality projects, each one being treated with a bespoke approach to suit the client’s vision and needs. We carry out projects in the United Kingdom, in Italy and internationally.

Flair Studio retail facade design chelsea

Charlotte Olympia is the new flagship store located in a terraced house of 180 square meters in the trendy district of Brompton Cross, Chelsea. The former restaurant has been converted into a concept store and features a new double height facade with blush pink plaster and a brass logo fascia.

The floor alternates resin with herringbone wood and carpet inlays. Walls and ceilings are treated in a matt pink stucco finish and the furniture is in bespoke mirror and brass with hidden AC outlets. At the back of the store another double height highlights the seating area.

Flair Studio retail hospitality design interior architecture

Roberto Cavalli Cafe is a concept for a unique lifestyle club which is part of a 240 Sq mt site specific flagship store project. It is located within a listed building in Place de la Garonne, the luxury area of St. Tropez.

The listed building went through important interior architecture modifications including structural works to allow for a new facade, two new staircases and a professional kitchen. The glycine tree which spans from the ground floor through the roof into the terrace forms a sculptural feature within the Cafe. The new facade hides a suspended plant stand with six illuminated palm trees.

Flair Studio Residential Bespoke Penthouse Interior Design

This penthouse apartment for an art collector in Milan, Italy, features integration of bespoke joinery and lighting design solutions. The aim was to create different scenarios in order to highlight the artworks of the collection.

The living area has a technical wall integrating AC outlets, bespoke sliding doors and bespoke lighting solutions. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms and leather walk-in cabinets.