The House of St Barnabas is a grade one listed building known for its silk lined walls and the finest examples of English Rococo style surviving in London, it predates the 1700s and has historic links to Sir Robert Taylor and Charles Dickens.

We were tasked with the highly sensitive refurbishment to the premises to bring the famous building up to a standard suitable to be one of the most unique charity based private members clubs in London. This involved finding unique and innovative solutions to everyday services installations, coupled with an intense attention to detail, and a very close relationship with the professional team.

The project was delivered on time and within a very tight budget to a team that were delighted with the end result and journey.