Derived from the French 'Bel Assis'; beautifully situated, the Manor of Belsize dates back to 1317. By the middle of the 16th century Belsize Village was the setting for the only 'aristocratic' house in the parish of Hampstead at the time. Today, charming coloured terraced houses, independent shops, cafes and acclaimed eateries create a highly desirable village setting with the convenience of a Zone 2 location. At its heart, this exclusive new collection of ten apartments epitomises luxury, showcasing interiors by the multi award winning CID Interieur and bespoke kitchen design by Poggenpohl. Here, Portraits stone-effect porcelain stoneware by Caesar, installed outdoors in the 60x 60 cm size and Faro colour, represents the ever-changing beauty of nature whilst granting the maximum freedom of design. The culture of Made in Italy material that distinguishes Caesar has also been chosen for some of the bathroom furnishings, in particular the elegance and brilliance of Anima marble-effect stoneware, in its Dark Emperador polished version, to give an unmistakable style and details that are never the same. Lastly, the reinterpretation of concrete of the Gate collection, in the subtle Breath colour, has been chosen for tiling the walls of the bathroom with harmony and originality to offer a refined and timeless look.