St. James’s Square

London - SW1

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21 St James’s Square is a historically significant building, designed and built by celebrated British architect Robert Adam in 1770.

EPD worked with the team to create a unique interior design scheme which matched the prestige of the location and was inspired by the history of members clubs and luxury hotels in the area.  After extensive design meetings with the Landlord we developed a refined and timeless look & feel, to appeal to the Hedge Fund/ HNWI target occupier.

The outdated interiors were revolutionised through the use of an elegant and natural colour palette incorporating a mixture of luxurious and tactile materials including leather, marble, petrified wood, bronze and brass detailing.

The Club Room for visiting guests is dominated by a patinated bronze wall and super-sized chandeliers with Piero Lissoni sofas; a contemporary take on the traditional gentlemen’s club chesterfield sofa.  An American artist was commissioned to create a large, sculptural coffee table made from petrified rings of Douglas Fir, adding a high-end bespoke element which elevated the building.