London and Stockholm-based architecture and interiors practice established in 2010 by Alexandra Nord and Helen Westlake, Millier has a reputation for delivering timeless, sophisticated residential and commercial spaces both in the UK and around the world – from grand townhouses to high-profile country estates. ‘Whether we are working on a listed, heritage home or a new build scheme, we are passionately focused on combining interior detailing and materiality with architectural form from the earliest sketches, to deliver beautifully considered, contextual spaces,’ says Helen.
This is a milestone year for Millier which is not only celebrating its tenth anniversary but also unveiling a number of landmark projects. These include a groundbreaking re-imagination of an iconic John Nash crescent in Marylebone, the Grade I-listed Regent’s Crescent, into beautiful spaces for contemporary living that still honour the historic significance of the building; and the complete interior architecture scheme for the residences and communal areas of The Bryanston, Hyde Park. The latter is a striking new address opposite Marble Arch where developers Almacantar took the decision to build fewer, larger apartments. ‘Every interior detail at The Bryanston has been chosen to reflect the unique character of its location; materials are in two complementary palettes, one reflecting the natural forms and textures of Hyde Park, the other the blues, greys and glittering lights of London,’ says Alexandra who, together with Helen, leads the Millier team.
Our architects and designers bring a wealth of experience to every project and respond with sensitivity and creativity to each scheme’s location and history