Godsmark Architecture is experienced in working on both Grade II, Grade II* and Grade I listed buildings most notably The Henry Wood Hall in an early nineteenth century church in Trinity Church Square, London, The Lloyds Club, Crutched Friars London, an early eighteenth century town house and 17 Fleet Street, London, a seventeenth century, timber-framed building.
Many of our domestic works have included alterations and extensions to listed buildings and we aim to make the building work for our client's needs while respecting the original built fabric and design.
The Lloyds Club involved the relocation of a City dining club, to a Grade II* listed building previously used as offices. The building may have incorporated elements of the residence of the French ambassador from the time when the Royal Court was in the Tower of London.
The conversion involved a commercial kitchen on the lower ground floor, a bar and lounge area on the ground floor, a restaurant on the first floor and member’s bedrooms and lounge/office areas on the second and third floors. We also provided a lift serving all floors.