Reviving a hotspot of London’s high society
This unique project began as a simple relocation from one Berkeley Square basement to another, with a view to replicating every detail of the old Annabel’s to the new. It ended as a vast renovation across five floors of this Grade I listed building, creating a jaw-dropping private members’ club for guests to drink, dine and socialise all hours of the day and night. Our work extended across 17 incredible rooms, featuring the finest materials from across the world – from hand-etched Italian glass to de Gournay wallpaper hand-painted in China.
Pushing boundaries beyond the scope of imagination
Working alongside the great Martin Brudnizki Design studio, we knew that the finished article was bound to push boundaries well beyond the normal scope of imagination. Themed rooms take guests on exotic journeys through Asia, Central America and the jungle. Hand-made silk peonies adorn the ceiling of the ladies’ restroom. Full-sized palm trees made of brass and glass await revellers in the basement nightclub. We even designed and built a flying unicorn, suspended from a miniature hot air balloon, for a final fantastical flourish!