As seen in this weekend’s Style Section of the Sunday Times this is the home of one of my newest clients, who is also quickly becoming a firm friend, Owen Pacey of Renaissance London, a veritable Aladdin’s Cave of Architectural delights. If you’d like to have this interior story for your own publication and see more go to Gap Interiors to see more.
It’s a delight for an interiors photographer to shoot such a well-considered and designed interior and atmospheric like this, with over 30 years of saving interior gems from all over the world, Owen has been a little guilty of keeping some of his best pieces for himself. Well, who wouldn’t when you’re the boss and you live above a shop & warehouse full of interior and architectural gems. Some of which it’s been my pleasure to photograph in recent weeks.
Above you can see what I mean about an interiors goldmine, personally I’m on the lookout for a room where I could squeeze in this glasswork chandelier in the front of this shot from the Renaissance Warehouse has to be experienced to be believed.
After a long day of interior salvaging you’ll find Owen relaxing with a beer on his amazing terrace, which is really as all outdoor spaces should be, an extension of the interior design in doors, but the most amazing thing about this space is it’s central London location, in the heart of Shoreditch.