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Careful design has netted as much natural light as possible at a Channel Island penthouse with sea views and produced varying moods of calmness and serenity. 'We have attempted to capture the natural light and use it to influence the space planning' says Patrick Tyberghein

The 5.5m-high entrance hall with its striking plaster-relief triptych sets the mood for the south-facing Penthouse apartment, giving an immediate sense of scale and drama. At night, the lighting levels have been programmed to suit a variety of moods and occasions – a Lutron lighting control system combined with B&O audio-visual equipment does it all.

Soft-coloured fabrics and furniture reflect the light and contrast with the dark-fired acacia floor. Artworks and objets d'art have been carefully selected and in some Instances especially commissioned to suit the space. 'Attention to detail and proportions is paramount to achieve harmony, and knowing when to hold back.' says Patrick.

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