Belvedere Gardens Interior Design

Goddard Littlefair is the creative force behind the Belvedere Gardens interiors. The world-renowned interior design studio were responsible for designing the communal areas including entrance lobby, residents lounge and dedicated state of the art spa facilities for the building. One of three luxury residential buildings at Southbank Place.


For the public spaces, Goddard Littlefair’s design makes reference to the lifestyle and culture of the South Bank whilst taking additional design cues from the Festival of Britain of 1951.

The studio sought to create a sense of arrival with an oversized glazed, bronze lined double-door which leads to a stone-clad double height lobby area. The sleek, elongated reception desk anchors the space and greets the residents. The most striking feature is a three dimensional stone sculpture spanning the wall behind the design. A feat of engineering, the Moleanos stone was fashioned into the sculpture by makers in Portugal. Notably, the mesmerising design was created from hand sketches by Martin Goddard who personally oversaw the selection of the stone.

Exclusivity and opulence are carried through into the communal areas. The Residents Lounge and terrace exude quality and sophistication, achieved through the thoughtfully considered bespoke pieces sourced by the design studio and a rich colour palette to complement.

The interior scheme Goddard Littlefair have created for the Belvedere Gardens’ Spa showcases the very best craftsmanship through individually commissioned sculptures, hand embroidered panels, marquetry detailing and striking art interwoven throughout.  Goddard Littlefair were commissioned to work on two wellness / spa areas of the development – a perfect haven for the discerning residents seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. As one of the leading interior design studios in the world of luxury spas, Goddard Littlefair were the natural choice for Southbank Place. Their extensive portfolio in the world of luxury spas can be viewed on their website.

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