Leivars Interiors Studio wins SBID International Design Awards 2019

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KLC would like to congratulate Rebecca Leivars (Diploma HE Alumni) from Leivars Interiors for being awarded the accolade of Residential House under 1 million at the SBID International Design Awards 2019.

The prestigious SBID International Design Awards is one of the most important design awards in the international Interior Design world. They reward excellence across an extensive range of categories in interior design and the award gathers entries from around the globe making it a very important industry recognition for the winners.

Leivars is a high end interior design practice with a fundamental passion for creating beautiful interiors. Whether inspired by existing architecture or our clients’ individual tastes, every stage of design is considered with meticulous attention to detail. Leivars was founded by Rebecca Leivars back in 2007 following her graduation from KLC school of Design. Since their establishment Leivars Interiors have had a very successful trajectory, scooping up awards and attracting substantial press coverage.

This award under the category “Best Residential House Under £1M Design” and the finalists were an impressive collection of projects from all around the world from Taiwan to Russia and California.

Their project, Esher Contemporary Open Plan Family Home is a residence in Surrey, United Kingdom. LEIVARS created a three-story contemporary open-plan family home with an abundance of natural light from the rear glass elevations and atrium within the Pavilion Room, and skylights flooding the rooms with natural light. Strong architectural sight lines link the rooms together through cohesive design and bold use of abstract art. This allows the house to flow elegantly, creating an open-plan space yet affording the family to have quiet spaces by closing concealed oversized pocket doors.

Colors and textures are used reflect the ever-changing London skyline and punches of bold warm tone accents add interest and link the spaces together. With a mix of clean lines, finishes add depth to the space to allow lighting to play a key feature by use of sculptural shapes so surfaces reflect shadows throughout the home.

Congratulations, Rebecca and Team!

 

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