After starting his design career with Asprey, Christopher Vane Percy formed his own company, CVP Designs, in 1971. Projects range from private London houses to commercial assignments and numerous international commissions.
The company moved from its Mayfair office in 2004 to its own premises in North Kensington following the conversion of a large Victorian dairy into studio accommodation and working space.
Recent projects include the refurbishment of Trinity House, a Grade I listed building in the City of London and the re-designing of a large Victorian country house in Cumbria. Involvement with LAPADA, at its 2005 Autumn Antiques and Fine Art Fair in Cheltenham, creating a selling exhibition, focussed on the relevance of antiques in modern interiors.

Included in Architectural Digest’s AD100, ‘An Exclusive Guide to the World’s Finest Interior Designers’, Christopher’s work has often been published.  He was recently profiled in  House and Gardens and included in their selection of the 100 leading interior designers

CVP’s work has appeared in recent
publications such as: