Apponyi Home is a boutique London-based multidisciplinary design studio creating contemporary, eclectic and liveable spaces. Apponyi Home advocates the importance of biophilic design and collaborates with ethical and where possible environmentally conscious specialists and suppliers.
Referencing art, culture and nature and led by a modernist sensibility, we curate a space with hand sourced artworks, contemporary designs and antiques bringing a unique identity to each space or product.
We draw on a love of texture, focus on natural materials and layered colour with the utmost appreciation of light, space, and proportion for a decidedly current feel. We believe incorporating direct or indirect elements of nature into the home environment is of ever increasing importance to our well-being. Our design aesthetic is relaxed chic, suited to everyday sustainable living.
We are a small team that include designers and in-house builders enabling us to make bespoke furniture and offer a build service. With over 40 years combined experience across the arts, furniture design and construction industries, we have an excellent and varied network of trusted industry experts.
Apponyi Home has worked successfully in the UK, France, Russia, Cyprus, and Lebanon.
Apponyi Home is proud to support the Cyclades Preservation Fund, a UK registered charity.
Alice graduated with a B.A. from London design school Central Saint Martins. She has since lived in Los Angeles, London and Milan working in marketing, styling and design across the fashion, art and interior sectors as well as in film production. Before establishing her own studio, Alice freelanced as a fashion stylist which included working with Phillip Bloch, she has a wealth of experience in retail and furniture / product design having worked at Burberry, Ciancimino art and antique gallery and for Italian furniture brand Promemoria as well as creating her own handbag and jewellery line. Alice’s appreciation of materials and colour and inspiration gleaned from her love of travel and passion for nature are apparent in her work.
With over 35 years of experience in the construction trade leading his own design and development projects, Pans’ international refurbishments are characterized by highly bespoke features and stunning carpentry. His projects include numerous Mayfair properties, a mansion in Moscow and a sprawling villa in Antibes. Pan owned the Clive Christian franchise in Harrods for seven years and continues to collaborate with a number of renowned kitchen brands as their main joinery fitter. Pans’ seamless attention to detail in joinery is distinctive and renowned.
The duos portfolio of creative projects and modern aesthetic make for a fresh and exciting collaboration.