Remodelling your bathroom is a sure-fire way to enhance your home life and boost your property’s value. It’s one of the most important rooms of any house, which is what makes meticulous planning crucial for this popular home improvement project. Without further ado, here are the
A list to help you create a kitchen space that maximises its utility, but also fulfils its aesthetic potential.
A handful of tips to help redecorate your living room the right way.
A number of bedroom decorating mistakes that a well trained eye can pick up and will let you in on the secrets too.
Find out about key moments in the history of interior design. From the first interior designers to the modern day, we concisely cover the rich history of the art form in this entry in the Landmass blog.
A must read for all interior designers: learn how interior design affects mental health and how to integrate this into your contemporary interior design.
Learn these key principles of interior design and decorating to make your space a pleasure to live in. Whether you’re a professional or an aspiring newcomer, these techniques will help anyone willing to learn.
The number of rooms and square meter scan provide a challenge to creating a welcoming home. This is why space planning and the right usage of space should be at the core of any interior design – whether a one-bedroom apartment or a penthouse.
Real estate never ceases to evolve, first, it was the number of rooms, then square footage and now, the ‘experience’, but what does that mean for the market? Landmass explains…
With hundreds of new skyscrapers in the pipeline, our capital city is reaching for the sky. When compared to the likes of Shanghai or Dubai, London’s skyline can actually seem a little shy but this is in no way an accident.
The price gap between property in London and the rest of the country has reached its widest point in history. An average home in the capital now costs more than two and a half times the price of a home elsewhere.
It is difficult not to be impressed by the quality of Computer Generated Images these days. In fact, it is often difficult to tell the difference between an utterly convincing CGI and a photograph of an actual building.
Over the last 16 years, we have changed the perception of how London property should be designed. We believe the most desirable homes are those in which space and light flow seamlessly throughout.
The number of towers planned for London has increased more than 10% in the past 12 months. Underling the building boom throughout the capital, everyone is looking for new ways to cater for the 8.6 million and growing population.
Over the last 16 years, we have designed and developed over 50 London properties, the latest of which is a Belgravia Mews House short listed for Best Residential Property 2014.
What could be 2014’s Best Residential Property; a London mews development has sold to an international buyer for nearly £7 million, designed by renowned developers Landmass.
2014 saw UK house price rise almost twice as high as predicted. In the capital, where pressure on land is at its greatest, there were some notable sales, all of which are confirmed by Land Registry data. Many of these historic record selling prices have been newly developed properties benefitting from luxury interior designers in London.
Over the last 5 years, average values across Notting Hill have increased by over 40%. With forecasts suggesting a further increase of nearly 26% over the coming 5 years to 2019, there will be more and more interest in finding property in this highly desirable area of London.
They are the luxurious answer to London's shortage of space, for those who have the investment and time. Whilst the uproar of living next to or in the vicinity of major construction works will always cause headaches amongst locals, there seems to be no stopping London’s growing population digging down.
Interior Designers in London continue to push the boundaries of what is possible with regards to functionality, quality and design. The interior design team showcase their creative talent in some of London’s most coveted residences.
We consider ourselves to be pioneers in interior design. Our primary focus is in optimising light and small spaces--an absolute must in the most sought-after luxury homes in London. Landmass London has a number of exquisite properties for sale, all with our signature attention to detail.
Landmass London Was Officially Awarded London’s "Best Interior Design Company" After Asking An Online Opinion Poll. Landmass Has Officially been Named London’s “Best Interior Design Company".
To generate fresh sales, Landmass was commissioned to furnish and stage this two-bedroom show unit in London Victoria.
Ask people what they want from a house and the words ‘airy’ and ‘light-filled’ will inevitably crop up. Often it just takes a little imagination.
Landmass completes iconic residential opportunity on Ladbroke Grove Award-winning residential design and developer Landmass London has recently completed an entirely unique, dimension-defying property on Ladbroke Grove, Notting Hill, for its Managing Director, Alan Waxman.
Millionaire Basement Wars is on BBC One on April 14th at 10.45pmThe battle of the basements, which has been swirling, street by street, mews by mews, across some of London’s smartest neighbourhoods, has flared up in a new hotspot.
Our Founder & Chief Executive, Alan Waxman, presented at Q.TV how to transform properties with an innovative approach to design that can help you improve your development sales.
What is happening in the London property market is being observed all over the world. Our founder Alan is discussing in his latest article in Monaco Life how he thinks the property market will be affected by Brexit and what opportunities to take out of the current situation.
What differentiates the Super Prime Central real estate market from the rest of Prime Central London? A recent survey of Knight Frank showed that the Super Prime Market is actually holding pretty steady.
What would happen, if Labour led by Corbyn made their way into government? Would this be a threat to the property market?
How is Brexit affecting the London market? Have we reached the peak yet?