The character of the building has been established through the use of high-quality materials that complement the wider colour palette of Marsham Street. The remaining Indiana limestone used on the Great Minster House façade adds to the character and benefits from the careful integration of projecting and Juliette balconies.
The palette of handmade brown brick alongside bronze anodised metal panelling and windows provided a refined contemporary aesthetic to the overtly commercial language of the existing office building.
Our interior design concept for both the common parts and apartments were developed to take advantage of the three-metre high ceilings afforded by the original office construction. The design uses modern Art Deco detailing references, which combine with ceiling coffers, architraves and herringbone parquet flooring to reinterpret a classic ‘Manhattan’ style, matching the sophistication and elegance of the development.