Kensington townhouse located in London, is a comfortable dwelling house, glamorous and worked for two years by Michelis Boyd Architects. The interior is completely different from creating a sense of harmony to the family, carefully selected materials from rough oak chevron wood floors, handmade tiles for Morocco and powder coated steel doors. Enhanced contemporary pieces by designers including Arne Vodder, Gabriella Crespi, Gio Ponti and Paavo Tynell sitting beside contemporary works by Michael Anastassiades, Eames and Muuto. Kitchen with bespoke black marble is the heart of the house, flanked by gray oak cabinets. Metal-framed glass dividing the hall from the study, visual open layout of traditional townhouses.