In collaboration with a larger team of consultants, the award winning turn-key restoration of the elegant Grade II. listed Gatti House was originally designed by the architect Spencer Chadwick and built in 1886-87.
Located in a world-renowned address at the London centre connecting Fleet Street with Trafalgar Square.
Modernised into forming only 4 luxury apartments in the property, each with its own style: from traditional, eclectic to mid-century modern and art deco.
Constructed as a property development with homes designed for the prospective buyer with hypothetical daily rituals, which meant the interior design got to be thoughtful.
Inspired by the first-class dining rooms of the Titanic and Olympic Ocean Liners each apartment come with a unique and very handy perk – ‘pizza lifts’ that can deliver food from the adjacent Nell Gwynne Tavern directly into their dining room.
The mission was to celebrate the ornate style of the building and to reflect the history within its newly formed luxury apartments. Which presented the opportunity to work with the past in a contemporary way that is free from pastiche.
Throughout all apartments were to be equipped with the latest intelligent systems throughout such as Lutron and Sonos. Each providing well proportioned and comfortable accommodation at the heart of Central London. Abundant with immaculately crafted bespoke joinery and furniture, interlinking the Classical past with the Contemporary now.
Situated next door, the Adelphi Theatre is one of these and Gatti House originally served as its restaurant which was a favourite hangout for Dame Ellen Terry, Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward among others.
Each apartment though different in style, all share the same attention to detail with the expression of underrated luxury.
From a large and versatile space with an open plan kitchen, dining and living spaces looking out through full-height glazing to the south-facing roof terrace. Sleek marble tops and bathrooms, dark stained wedge cabinetry and Gaggenau appliances.