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The variety of installations speak to the range of spaces in this urban home. The stationary, metallic white vinyl and bobbinet panels in the living room mask the low roofs of adjacent buildings, improving the view and ensuring privacy. Designer, Erik Bruce used a combination of standard brushed stainless steel Mio hardware and custom Mio hardware to create these textile arrangements. The master and guest bedrooms use overlapping layers of crinkled fabric to create an impression of ephemeral petals and airy screens. Brightly colored coated linen sheer rotate on custom stainless rods to provide changing personality and degrees of privacy in the children’s rooms.

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client : Mary Bright

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about the project

Originally opened as the first luxury hotel in London in 1837, Brown’s has become one of the most intimate and charming hotels in London. Set in the heart of Mayfair, Brown’s has 117 bedrooms (including 29 luxurious suites). Each room has individually designed contemporary interiors which retain much of their original, quintessentially English elegance. Bradley’s hand forged Steel collection was used throughout many of these grand rooms.

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client :The Rocco Forte Collection

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With views of Bel Air, the Getty Museum and the Pacific Ocean, this hill top home has a large expanse of west facing windows. To brave the elements, the versatile stainless steel Mio Collection finished in Parchment was specified. A span of 60 continuous feet was created with outdoor drapery panels stacking along the face of the home. The project was designed with passing “C” rings and brackets to allow the panels to fully stack to the right or left of the 60 foot system.  As the sun moves across the sky, individual panels are opened and closed to create the right amount of shading inside the house and on the terrace.

CREDITS

Year:  2010 
Company: Susanna Kost
Interior Design, Inc. 
Designer: Susanna Kost
Workroom: Crest Curtain & Drapery
Photography:  Latham Robertson
Learn more about the project at:  www.susannakost.com

 

The clean architectural lines of Mio brushed stainless steel supports these lustrous sheer curtains. The rhythm of the curtains subtle grid of seams reduces the scale of the spaces while creating visual interest.

CREDITS
Year: 2009
Company: Mary Bright
Designer: Erik Bruce
Interior: Jendretzki LLC
Photography: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Learn more about the project at www.marybright.com

Subtle curves at the ends of the track create the impression of a single plane while masking corner risers.  The crisply tailored box pleats of the master bedroom curtain provide fullness, while the microfiber ultra suede ensures lightness and a soft touch. The Edge drapery hardware blends the ease of operation of a track with the refinement of a rod.

CREDITS
Year: 2005
Company: Mary Bright
Designer: Erik Bruce
Interior: 212box LLC
Photography: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Learn more about the project at www.marybright.com

The natural tone of this new shade continues the warm tones of the décor, conspiring with the subtle opacity of the flat linen panels to establish a gentle threshold between the apartment and the city beyond. This dialogue between privacy and view extends into the master bedroom, where richly colored layers of washed sheer linen and netting overlap one another. Edge track negotiated this challenging ceiling through the use of vertical ceiling brackets and a 90 degree bend.

CREDITS
Year: 2006
Company: Mary Bright
Designer: Erik Bruce
Interior: Shimaya Gilo
Photography: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Learn more about the project at www.marybright.com

The variety of installations speak to the range of spaces in this urban home. The stationary, metallic white vinyl and bobbinet panels in the living room mask the low roofs of adjacent buildings, improving the view and ensuring privacy. Designer, Erik Bruce used a combination of standard brushed stainless steel Mio hardware and custom Mio hardware to create these textile arrangements. The master and guest bedrooms use overlapping layers of crinkled fabric to create an impression of ephemeral petals and airy screens. Brightly colored coated linen sheer rotate on custom stainless rods to provide changing personality and degrees of privacy in the children’s rooms.

CREDITS
Year: 2007
Company: Mary Bright
Designer: Erik Bruce
Interior: Stamberg Aferiat Architecture
Photography: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Learn more about the project at www.marybright.com

 

24 August – 5 November 2007
The Bradley Collection was a Bronze Sponsor for the 2007 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion. The pavilion was designed by Olafur Elisson and Kjetil Thorsen. Bradley was approached by architects from the Snøhetta practice, to design and install one of the most challenging pole systems yet. The brief was for a 50mm diameter, 30m long spiraling curved pole to be fitted with 11 custom passing brackets (each one different). Special custom ‘C’ rings had to be developed to pass the new bracket design. The timeframe for the project was incredibly tight as we undertook the entire project from design through installation in under 4 weeks.

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