Peter Mikic’s projects have been the fake homes for many a famous face making them some of the most enviously fashionable interiors in the industry. Kate Moss reclined against an electric blue curved sectional sofa for LIU JO’s Fall 2012 collection and Cate Blanchett colour-coordinated with a gold Peter Mikic living room as she lounged around for a 2014 Vogue shoot.
The Australian-born, London-based designer’s projects are recognisable by their plush urbane aesthetic which appeals to the fashion mind. (Peter spent 15 years in the sartorial industry, in fact, before cutting his design teeth on a commission by Candy & Candy, designing uniforms and upholstery for a luxury yacht.) Their refined eclecticism epitomises a new kind of townhouse sophistication.
Ten years on from that first commission, Peter’s recently completed Dawson Place project cleverly updates classic pieces and pairs them with confident design choices, giving the space a mature but equally current feel.