Scawen Rd

Built to Passivhaus standards, this collection of homes designed by Roberts and Treguer overlooks Deptford Park, and has access to a shared garden, allotment and Dutch greenhouse at the rear. Created in collaboration with Urban Grower, the space fosters a sense of community and appreciation for cultivating fruit and veg.

As so much of the build was about sensitivity and sustainability we were careful, as always, to ensure that few pieces were bought for the staging and those that were had eco credentials or were vintage or antique so preloved. The artwork is framed in walnut and by Formworks studio. Do check out our other work from this fantastic studio at the end of the feature. These are prints but you can also purchase the original paintings from the artist Jon Llewellyn At Formworks Studio.

Before we start on a staging we often visit the building site to gauge the size of the rooms but Nico Treguer was also very generous in furnishing us with full floorplans as well as textures and colours so we knew exactly what palette we were working with.

The more details you can give your stager the better. The results are always a more polished space

We enjoyed working on three of the houses out of the six. Two we styled at the same time, the last we staged using elements from the two, allowing a common thread to weave its way through the story of Scawen Road. We have mixed up the three in this story but hope you will get a feel for what we were hoping to achieve.

All the houses are now sold. The developer was extremely happy with the results.

Art Formworks Studio was founded by Jon Llewelyn in 2016. His inspiration is drawn from bold and geometric styles found in mid century architecture, furniture design, graphic art and the Bauhaus movement which, while studying typographic design at the London College of Printing, began to heavily influence his work before recently moving back to Wales where he now works as a practising artist.

Staging Lucy and Petra at

Assisted by Frances Marden and Tanya Pateman

Photography c The Modern House

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