Boutique private investment and development firm Maycon has gone to town on its latest project in Mayfair, setting itself the challenge of creating a “completely bespoke, one-off masterpiece”.
Mahesh Tulsiani’s locally-based operation, which has recently delivered well-received schemes on Dover Street, Carlisle Street and Lincolns Inn Fields, has transformed the second-floor property in the red-brick Berkeley House, on the corner of Hay Hill and Dover Street, into a luxurious lateral billed as “an oasis of residential enjoyment”.
The team started off on a strong footing – ceiling heights of over three metres and lots of natural light, thanks to thirteen street-facing windows – and has arranged the 1,660 square foot space as three bedroom suites (the idea being that one could double up as a dressing room to the master), a Gaggenau-heavy kitchen, and an open-plan living and dining area.
Bespoke furnishings and fittings have been installed throughout, along with state-of-the-art AV systems (five Samsung UHD 4k screens and a full Sonos set-up), underfloor heating, and ambient Lutron lighting, all finished off with “only the finest materials” – including lashings of Filleto Light, Unistone Andes Grey and Michelangelo marble. A diamond criss-cross provides the central design theme, cropping up on the furniture, the oversized sliding doors, and in the marble detailing.
The finished article “oozes with aesthetic appeal” and “effortlessly flows from area to area”, says the firm, which has instructed Knight Frank and Rokstone to market the proposition at £5.95m (a rate of £3,584 per square foot).
In Pictures: Hay Hill, Mayfair