CELIA SAWYER


Current Projects

A Barbados Beach Villa and a UK Beach House

Barbados Beach Villa (current) 

This project is a total refurbishment of an existing one story building on the beach, all the design and procurement is by Celia Sawyer and her team. The design has been executed remotely which has been a very different, but successful way of working. The finish date for the project is November 2020

More recently, the new exterior form starting to come together

Our end result is a very modern, simplistic yet textural villa, incorporating the Caribbean charm in a ground breaking way that has not been delivered in Barbados before.

Beach house Private client UK (current)

A large 9,000 Square foot contemporary beach house in the UK. The refurbishment of the interior, including the external facade re design… images coming soon…

 Commercial property (completed) 

As well as 280 residential units, we are working on the commercial spaces below which include a large fitness centre with spa, sauna and steam room, office and meeting rooms, a stylish concierge, coffee shop and bistro, beauty salon, barber shop and a specialist food market.

Gym and concierge 

Food Market, Coffee Shop/Bistro & Barber Shop


Detailing for the Coffee Shop/ Bistro

Beauty Salon

 

HMS Queen Elizabeth (completed)

Celia Sawyer was asked to design the Officers’ Mess on the Royal Navy’s biggest ever warship HMS Queen Elizabeth. Celia has plans to make a real mark on the design and the future designs of the interiors of utilitarian ships.

she says “Just because this is a warship, it doesn’t mean it can’t have an attractive interior, the men and women who will be living on board want to feel that they are both valued and able to relax in a comfortable, well thought through common area. This-particularly on a long exercise- has got to extend to their wellbeing, maintenance of morale and hence contribute positively to the crew’s overall combat effectiveness”.

Celia was happy to work for the Royal Navy on a Pro bono basis.

Revised layout excluding bar area