We’re delighted to be named among some of ‘Most Exciting Interior Designers’ in an article in Boutique Hotelier magazine.

The feature appeared in the November issue of the magazine and on the website, and includes a round up of the most interesting design projects, one of them being our renovation of 11 Cadogan Gardens in Chelsea.

We met Zoe Monk, editor of Boutique Hotelier, at the hotel relaunch event earlier this year, following which she wrote an in-depth piece on the hotel renovation in the June issue.

Originally built as four separate townhouses by Lord Chelsea in the 19th century, the five-star hotel has a unique and rich heritage, forming part of the historical Cadogan Estate.

The feature highlights our interior design concept for the hotel’s 25 suites, created to compliment the building history and locality, while preserving it’s distinctive charm and character. As part of the renovation, we also updated the lounge, dining and bar areas, designed to transport hotels guests back to an era of glamour and elegance.

In this latest article, Boutique Hotelier also mentions our expertise in ‘sensitively updating hotels to meet the expectations of the modern traveller’.

Thank you Zoe and BH!