An added feature of the space in Brook Street is a mansard roof of varying heights, which Studio Indigo embraced as a central feature of their design. The team turned the curved elements of the roof into a theme that was reflected on the floor and also incorporated into the details on the ceiling and doors

The floor, with its round floral design, was a bespoke creation; designed by Studio Indigo and manufactured in Venice by traditional artisans. The aim was to create a statement piece that highlighted the entrance to the Chairman’s office, the details of which were subtly continued in the backlit ceiling and bamboo straw marquetry doors.


‘It was important to us to reference the rich history of Brook Street, one of the principal streets on the Grosvenor Estate, in the design of 73 Brook Street,” says David Laycock, Development Director at Clivedale London on the design of the project. “To achieve this, we worked with internationally renowned lighting specialists, Haberdashery to design a bespoke lighting installation which sits in the entrance lobby to our offices and emulates the look of the Brook River which once flowed beneath the site.”

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