The staircase of Belvedere Court, an Art Deco residential apartment house in London
Stunning buildings require matching lighting, therefore we decorated the marveolous listed Belvedere Court apartment house with some of our finest offerings, the Petitot wall lights.
Belvedere Court is one of the few Art Deco gems in London. It is situated in North, on Lyttelton Road. The elegant building boasts 56 spacious, sunny apartments.
The now listed building (Grade II) was designed by the architect Ernst L. Freud, son of Sigmund Freud, and built by H. Meckhonik, a London-based contractor, in 1938. We were entrusted by interior designer Sam Bheda to supply our best for the renovation in 2015. He picked the exclusive art deco Petitot sconces.
The Belvedere Court project: exclusive wall lights for an Art Deco building
The renowned interior designer Sam Bheda contacted us in 2015 with his exact enquiries:our Petitot wall lights were a perfect match for his current project. A little later we met personally at a London fair where we detailed his request. Upon our arrival we started manufacturing the Petitot wall lights.
The production procedure happened according to our highest standards in 6 weeks. The final step was making sure that the products were impeccable.
We delivered our securely packed lamps using the services of DPD. Upon their arrival they were mounted carefully on the walls. The lamps are still admired by the residents and their guests.
Petitot 1/2 wall lights
The Petitot 1/2 wall lamp which graces Belvedere Court is one of our most popular products of the Petitot colelction, because it adapts easily to every style and taste. Our atr deco /modern lamps are made of brass and borosylicate glass pipes:the combination of these two materials and the stunning refraction results in beautiful adorning of living spaces.