When it was built in 1966, London's Centre Point skyscraper reflected the creative genius of the decade with its bold geometric design and delicate honeycomb façade. Today, the building is reborn as an exclusive residence housing luxury apartments.
The British interior design firm Spinocchia Freund, in charge of furnishing the space, is showcasing the bespoke expertise of Maison Pierre Frey, using LES ECAILLES, BEHANZIN, GUEPARD, ARMURE and JAZZ toiles de Tours in the various rooms of the penthouse, which spans almost 700 square meters and is located on the 33rd and 34th floors of the building. The penthouse decor references the building's immediate surroundings, its neighborhood life and Soho's cultural heritage. With its coveted 360-degree view over London, it offers a magnificent panorama of the city, worthy of a Hollywood moment.
Photo credit - Kate Martin