About Us

Cochrane Design London provides a comprehensive design, architecture and development service throughout the UK and Internationally. The design team is a highly qualified and dedicated group experienced in completing turnkey residential and commercial projects, handling every aspect from concept to completion. Working across a wide variety of projects, from luxurious homes to bars and restaurants, Cochrane Design's talented team are committed to delivering timeless elegant designs that meet their client’s vision, needs and wants. Each design is individually tailored to deliver creative, beautiful and practical solutions. Cochrane Design has extensive knowledge and experience in all forms of design from bespoke joinery to FF&E. Using the team's expertise and experience, as well as their relationships with the finest suppliers and craftsmen, Cochrane Design handle all elements of the design process.

'With most formal designs, people are often restricted to how much of their home they actually live in and occupy. Cochrane Design London creates a seamless blend of traditional and contemporary design that flows through the spaces uniting them in cohesive and comforting interiors.'

- Sean Cochrane 

How would you describe your style?

"Cochrane Design London has an exceptional ability in blending classic elegance with modern sophistication, creating spaces that exude timeless appeal."

Please describe a recently completed project or tell us about the bespoke service that you offer

"We were commissioned to convert 3 separate penthouse apartments into one penthouse. The client wanted a home which was luxurious and timeless as well as bold and dramatic, so all the elements needed to marry together. As we were required to join 3 existing apartments it was crucial to create flow from one to another as we wanted the transition to be seamless. The main living space was pinpointed as the heart of this home and so this is where the design process started. As the space already had dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows which curved around the room and overlooked the city the initial focus was to enhance this existing feature and echo this drama throughout the rest of the design. We incorporated a hammered brass wall which plays with the light pouring through the double-height windows and wrapped existing double-height columns with nickel collars. As the columns were structural and could not be removed it was imperative to tie these into the design. We did this by designing a bespoke curved walnut staircase which we framed with polished nickel spindles to pull everything together."