The Bryanston, Hyde Park

This super sophisticated collection of 54 residences has been developed by Almacantar and designed by the late Rafael Viñoly, making it his first and only luxury residential project in the UK.

On the doorstep of Hyde Park and Mayfair, with jaw-dropping views across the park and the cityscape beyond, the development has seven apartments with large private terraces. Cameron has cleverly dressed and developed design schemes for these terraces, to illustrate the lifestyle appeal of such unique spaces and draw in the incredible landscapes beyond.

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Creating Zones

Cameron has delivered each terrace a stunning bespoke design, of separate outside rooms each with its own atmosphere but that sing as a whole.  Influenced by its vista, architecture and interior, the designs frame views whilst ensuring a feeling of privacy and uniqueness.

Inspirational planting has been complimented with Cameron designed and commissioned Pergolas, furniture and planters.  A variety of carefully curated pot combinations, blending different tones and textures, are placed around the terraces supporting the designs in creating atmospheres and areas for relaxing, sunbathing, entertaining or dining in. Luxurious banquette-style seating, low coffee tables, sun loungers and even a fire pit and on one terrace a bespoke barbecue encouraging cooking and relaxing whilst soaking in the stunning vistas unfolding below.

Beautiful multi-stemmed feature trees provide discreet screening for more formal dining areas and add impact from both inside and out. Subtle lighting in pots gives the terraces a soft glow through the planting and creates wonderful focal features by night.

Planting Palettes

Compelling planting palettes have been carefully collected, for both sunny and shady aspects. The sunny palette is fresh and soft using a combination of evergreen structure, interwoven with perennial planting, which gives seasonal pops of colour for year-round impact. This warmth and colour sets off the soft tones of the pots too. The shady palette is more formal with evergreen planting, softened by ferns which thrive in shade.

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