Moving indoors, the play on lines continues into the concrete-lined hallway, pulling the gaze through a noir-style louvre-shadowed space. The space comes alive with light, adorned with a pendant reminiscent of a bunch of balloons that animates an angular sculpture across the back wall. Taking inspiration from Frank Lloyd Wright’s principle of compression and release, the interiors then open to a series of double-height entertaining, living and kitchen spaces, which feature a base palette of cool whites and greys livened with warm metallics and velvets in rich tones of maroon, purple and navy.

Connections and access to the outdoors are key to the layout and design, with a slice of green hedging visible from the kitchen window and the bright blue pool an ever-present feature. A sculptural staircase leads to the private zone of bedrooms and bathrooms, where a warm and textural palette of materials and soft colours gives space to relax and regroup.

From the fun-filled wallpapers of the children’s bedrooms to the gold-tinged regality of the dining area, Camberwell 2 is a home that takes you on a journey from the front door to the poolside landscaped gardens and everywhere in between.