Interior Design

House & Garden

06 Oct: House & Garden – Capital Update

House & Garden Magazine gives an overview of London’s latest developments, featuring VI Castle Lane   The article gives a rundown of London’s latest luxury developments, including Sons & Co’s latest development VI Castle Lane.The coverage features details of the development and its location as well as agent and price details. To find out more, read the full piece in the latest House…

CityAM

28 Sep: City A.M. Living – You Transom Devil

City A.M. Living discusses transom windows in its latest issue   The full article discusses the revival of transom windows in modern architecture. In the piece, William Samuels, co-founder and co-director of Wilben highlights the various positive effects that a transom window has on a property. The full coverage can be read here: http://www.cityam.com/272996/theyre-called-transom-windows-they-go-above-doors-and

The art of besoke

13 Sep: The Art of Bespoke – The Brothers Behind Wilben

The Art of Bespoke discusses Wilben’s one of a kind design philosophy, and how it differs from traditional property developments.   The full article places a focus on William and Benjamin Samuels – co-founders of Wilben – and the approach they took in designing homes for themselves. Both of their Chelsea homes reflect their individual characters and design preferences, whilst displaying the same…

Zodiac luxury & lifestyle

18 Aug: Zodiac Luxury & Lifestyle – The ‘I’ in Interior Design

Co-founder of Wilben, William Samuels reflects on how he and his brother set about creating his own homes earlier this year   As Benjamin Samuels has a young family, he renovated a mews-style corner house in South Kensington into a space that could allow them to more easily live and spend time together. William Samuels chose a smaller Chelsea townhouse for himself and his partner,…

Deal Makerz

24 May: The top 3 interior design trends in the Prime London Market right now- Deal Makerz

Demand within the capital’s luxury property market continues to increase despite Brexit. William and Benjamin Samuels, co-founders and directors of the boutique design firm Wilben, discuss three key interior design trends driving wealthy foreign buyers to invest in London’s luxury property market, despite the result of the EU referendum. Read the full article on the Deal Makerz website