Mayfair Townhouse Luxurious Private Offices – London

  • Client Unnamed Company,
  • size 6,491 sqft
  • Year 2022
  • Location United Kingdom, London, England,
  • Industry Spec Suite,
  • Kitesgrove designed luxurious private offices at Mayfair Townhouse with charm, creativity, and dynamic workspaces in London, England.

    London based design studio Kitesgrove has re-structured and re-designed a Grade II Listed townhouse in the heart of Mayfair, built around 1755 and which functioned as a working bank for the majority of the twentieth century, to accommodate a suite of offices with a quietly luxurious aesthetic more akin to a residential property. Kitesgrove was commissioned to transform the building from a semi-derelict state into a welcoming and organic space with a warm palette of natural materials. Undertaking a complete renovation, Kitesgrove oversaw a reconfiguration of many areas as well as a full refurbishment and decoration, resulting in a professional space with a quiet sense of luxury that feels sophisticated and inviting.

    Kitesgrove was careful to retain and restore historical elements of the building where possible which included reinstating a cantilevered stone stair from the Ground Floor to the First Floor – a truly showstopping architectural design feature. Out of respect for the original architecture, all elements which were replaced were done so with profiles that were historically accurate to the original era of the building, including windows, doors, architraves, skirting and cornicing.

    For the office spaces on the First and Second Floors, Kitesgrove chose a palette which was more neutral in tone with a shift in the design towards cleaner lines and a mixture of antique and modern furniture. For the client’s family office on the Third Floor, the palette echoed the organic feel and natural palette on the Ground Floor, with a focus on Mid Century artwork, and furniture from George Smith, The New Craftsman and a rug from Sinclair Till, offsetting the original beams of the building.

    Design: Kitesgrove
    Photography: Mark Bolton