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LTS Architects - Mount Street

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The refurbishment of an existing entrance and reception space in Mayfair.

Photographs by

Ed Reeve




LTS was asked to develop an entrance and reception space for this beautiful 1930’s office building in the heart of Mayfair. The main challenge of the brief was that the building had to remain in use throughout the refurbishment and that this space was the only point of entry to the building; this meant utilising off-site manufacture of fixed furniture items and metalwork.

The exuberant context inspired us to introduce the idea of ‘boutique hospitality’ to this office reception; we created a light space in which to dwell that shares a connection to the street, drawing on the relationships of the boutique shopfronts next door.

The bronze and marble materials reference the period of the building, but we have softened this with a textile wall covering to draw on the richness of that era. Again this wall cladding was manufactured off-site. The acoustics within the space are therefore modulated to enhance the experience of being received as a guest.