The bespoke pattern for the master bathroom's inlaid marble rug was a reference to the buildings balustrading. The buildings first incarnation was a textile shop. The architects deconstructed the original logo and reconfigured it to make a modernised graphic pattern. Studio L tweaked it for a more Art Deco feel and clad the bathroom in black and white marble for an indulgent touch. Studio L felt the stylised basin's and with polished chrome consoles, gave an obvious nod to the 1920s. The International Design and Architecture Awards shortlisted the work in the "Best Bathroom" category in 2015.
Jewel tones and pastels mixed with metallic accents were used to add touches of polish to a fairly neutral base. Furniture with prominent lines and glossy finishes combined with textiles that have geometric prints solidify the deco influence on the interiors.