ARLINGTON HOUSE

LOCATION : LONDON

ARCHITECT : DIRECT

Arlington House was built between 1934 and 1936 as a private residential block with 120 apartments, many of which incorporated separate servant quarters.
The building was designed by Michael Rosenauer, a well-known architect who also designed the Time & Life Building in New Bond Street.
The apartment block backs onto Green Park and adjoins the rear of the famous Ritz Hotel, Piccadilly.
The phased delivery programme for this project covered 2 years. We developed a specification of all the furniture (loose and fitted) and decorative lighting with the client and put together a detailed programme in order that building could still operate, make money and ensure the least inconvenience to its residents. Since the successful delivery of this programme we have re-designed and installed the reception area.