Design studio Angel O’Donnell has created a home with a discerning, seasoned traveller and cultural connoisseur in mind. Rooms are filled with an impressive array of collector’s pieces, including two original Damien Hirsts and Chris Levine's portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. O’Donnell has also paid great attention to texture and diverse materials throughout the residence. Lighting choices include hand-painted ceramic lamps, plaster wall lights and textured bronze pendants. Rich upholstery and fabrics sit alongside more industrial materials such as glass and oxidised copper. The apartment is for sale for £14,250,000. (The price includes fixtures and fittings, but not the artwork).
Owners can expect an elegant, old-world charm married to various privileges and security reserved for the residents. Only residents can drive their car into The OWO’s elaborate, grand courtyard to have it parked by concierge, and enjoy their own private residents entrance and lobby. There’s a beautiful garden that can only be accessed by residents, who also get to enjoy some 30,000 square feet of indoor amenities, including a gym, games room, swimming pool with nine-metre high ceilings, seven private meeting and dining rooms, secure underground parking and a 16-seat private cinema. The launch of the building’s new destination spa, led by world-leading beauty and wellness brand Guerlain and movement and nutrition experts Pillar, has also recently been announced, and will provide both guests and residents of The OWO with a holistic and personalised wellness offering.
The OWO has the Ministry of Defence amongst its neighbours, meaning its location is part of an already existing secure zone, ideal for visiting VIPs, Heads of State or those looking for the utmost discretion.