33 Grosvenor Square

London

Situated in the second largest of all London Squares, Grosvenor Square was originally conceived in 1720 and built between 1725-31 by the then Duke of Westminster. An elegant and wonderfully light lateral apartment of over 2,000 square feet on the 4th floor of this world renowned address. Light IQ worked closely with Rigby and Rigby, award winning architects and developers. The apartment exudes charm and sophistication with an abundance of luxury specifications including a fully integrated Lutron lighting system designed by Light IQ.

A Rigby and Rigby development is defined by the originality of the design, peerless craftsmanship and immaculate execution. Light IQ complimented this stunning design with a sophisticated lighting scheme that accentuated the architectural details and enhanced the luxurious feel. As one of London’s leading developers of super prime residential property, in some of the capital’s most exclusive postcodes, the Rigby and Rigby name has become synonymous with inspiring architecture and striking interiors. Each Rigby and Rigby commission benefits from a commitment to using the finest, handcrafted materials; cutting-edge technology and an unparalleled attention to detail - creating homes that are distinctive, stylish and contemporary. Light IQ were delighted to partner them on this project and to assist in ensuring the lighting met this vision.

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