Hotel Adlon Kempinski, Berlin

Located alongside the Brandenburg Gate, Hotel Adlon first opened its doors in 1907 and remained a top destination for the main protagonists of the Golden Twenties and onwards. Greta Garbo, Edison, Ford




Spring, Somerset House, London

An imposing verre églomisé artwork was created by Studio Peascod to adorn the reception of London’s restaurant Spring headed by Michelin-starred chef Skye Gyngell. ...Read more



English garden

private residence, Gloucestershire

Working with interior designer Charles Bateson, Studio Peascod was asked to create an unforgettable wall piece in the charming dining room of a 17th century house nestling within the limestone hills of the Cotswolds. ...Read more



Green ormer

Ormer Mayfair, Flemings Hotel, London

Studio Peascod was approached to design a large verre églomisé wall piece to compliment the 1930s inspired interior at Michelin starred chef Shaun Rankin's new venture Ormer Mayfair at Flemings Hotel. ...Read more



Lake and fell

private residence, the Lake District

On the banks of Lake Windermere, Studio Peascod completed a large verre églomisé glass wall piece for a new contemporary extension to a traditional Lakeland dry stone house. Panoramic vistas of the Langdale Pikes and the lake’s expansive waters engulf the property. ...Read more



Green of grey gold

private residence, London

Jonathan Reed commissioned Studio Peascod to create three large imposing mirrored panels, enveloped by copper verdigris surrounds, to hang above a grey lava stone bath. ...Read more



For special projects Emma Peascod works closely with interior designers, architects and private clients to create a unique piece for the hotel, restaurant, retail, yacht or residential space.

Time is taken to share ideas through sketches, colour swatches, and texture samples. A unique sample and corresponding ‘recipe card’ is developed for every artwork, describing the materials - rare Japanese pigments, gold, silver and copper leaves and polychromes – together with the various techniques and layers (sometimes up to 20!) required to make the specific piece.

Once the agreed sample is signed off, the final piece is created following closely the notes that have been made. Allow between 10-16 weeks production time.


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