FiftyTwo Black Brighton

Interior collections at FiftyTwo Black

Within the serene realm of its uniquely sculptured design, the residences at FiftyTwo Black encapsulate a new class of interior elegance and exclusivity.

Each of the exquisitely built residences at FiftyTwo Black have been designed by revered architect Nicholas Day, in collaboration with New York based architecture firm Gregory Tuck, and completed with furnishings and home accessories curated by Meg Sharpe.

New York based interior designer Meg Sharpe also draws on the relaxed sophistication of Brighton in her creations. Each residence features a distinctive take on rich heritage and timeless style to combine the perfect balance of sophistication and comfort.


Introducing world class architect Gregory Tuck

Gregory Tuck has focused a great deal of his career on the retail segment of the architecture field, having worked in-house at Ralph Lauren as a Senior Director for 14 years and at Coach for three years, before launching his own company Gregory Tuck Architecture in 2016.

This initial focus on luxury retail grew to include a range of other luxury environments, from golf clubs and hotels to residential projects. Gregory’s practice now includes luxury residences in places as diverse as Russia, Canada and the US.

His experience in the architecture field stretches back more than 20 years, but he searches for and finds new challenges and new opportunities in each project.

Introducing New York Interior Designer Meg Sharpe

Renowned for her discerning eye, interior designer Meg Sharpe creates interiors that embody classic details with a playful edge.

With refined sensibilities, Meg has developed a reputation for creating spaces that are timeless while conscious of modern lifestyles.

Based in New York, her upscale boutique firm Meg Sharpe Interiors works with international clients across commercial, hospitality and residential design.

Since 2018, Meg Sharpe Interiors has been honoured with the Elle Decor A-List Awards of the top 100 designers in the world.