Modern House x Laura Fulmine at Television Centre

Jake Curtis

Interior stylist Laura Fulmine has worked for some of the most stylish brands and magazines in the UK and across the world; her latest project is an installation in collaboration with The Modern House, in which a Television Centre apartment has been filled with an array of striking designs from the likes of Gallery FUMI and Rose Uniacke.

The apartment, which is currently for sale for £3,875,000, is on the third floor of West London's Television Centre, which was home to the BBC for fifty years. Its open-plan space, designed by London and Oslo-based architecture studio Haptic, is now the sophisticated backdrop for a selection of pieces from across the last century, beginning with Marcel Breuer’s ‘Delfi’ table, the monolithic size of which creates a playful sense of scale in its surroundings and contemporary works by Faye Toogood, Małgorzata Bany and Voukenas Petrides, whose 'Ear' chair draws the eye in the living room.

Although the installation at Apartment 708 feels distinctly gallery-like, Fulmine emphasises the functionality of many of the pieces. “At first, the pieces appear as artworks and it’s only at second glance you realise that they all exist as functional elements, creating a totally different living experience."

The installation will last until 24th May and you can arrange a private viewing through The Modern House.

A Television Centre apartment designed by Retrouvius and Bella Freud