Maison Assouline

St James's

Formation Architects were appointed to undertake extensive repairs and refurbishment including the cleaning of facades, refoofing and other conservation works

This beautiful little building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens as the Piccadilly branch of the Midland Bank. The building is Grade II* Listed and currently serves as the flagship store for the Assouline publishing house.

The retail space below remained open throughout the works.

Our experience with other historic buildings was invaluable to ensure the quality of the work was appropriate to architectural status of the building.

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Formation Architects were appointed by Lady Ballyedmond to obtain Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent to refurbish the house and make significant alterations. This includes the excavation of a large basement to accommodate a gymnasium and pool.