A Rising Star: The Emory – Rigby & Rigby

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A Rising Star: The Emory

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The Emory, named a Rising Star, has been featured in Wallpaper as RSHP’s first luxury hotel in London. We were incredibly honoured to be involved in one of renowned architect’s, Sir Richard Rogers, final projects and be a part of his legacy.

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The article reads:

‘The structure’s modular arrangement means that units can be combined or used separately, and entire floors can be transformed into a large apartment complex for a single guest. Four designers – leading industry names André Fu, Patricia Urquiola, Champalimaud Design and Pierre-Yves Rochon – are involved in creating two floors each, while London studio Rigby & Rigby created the penthouse.’

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The interior design of the 300sqm Penthouse suite is on a secluded laneway overlooking Hyde Park. The soaring positioning of the Penthouse Suite and the close proximity to the allure of prime-central London set the foundation for Rigby & Rigby’s design concept. The juxtaposition of glamour and serenity – in many ways the definition of modern day luxury living, was a natural starting point for Rigby & Rigby who’s style is defined as understated, refined luxury.

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The design team’s holistic approach started with the individual natural elements surrounding the hotel and identifying how to incorporate this into the design to contribute to experience for the modern day luxury traveller. This can be seen in subtle details of the bespoke FF&E as well as the manner in which the Interior Architecture incorporates subtle nods to London’s history framed within a contemporary execution. Soft curves, a reference to yacht design also adds to the perception of balance and harmony, a sense of flow that provides a calm atmosphere for the guest, but also a sense of excitement as a contrast to the geometry of the external architecture.

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