The Lloyds Club

Godsmark Architecture were architects for the conversion of a Grade 11* listed office building in the City of London into a dining club. The origins of the building are thought to be the French Ambassador's residence when the Court was in the Tower of London.  It was bomb damaged in WW2 but some decorative panelling remains as does a fine carved staircase.

Our works included installing a commercial kitchen, creating a bar area, installing a service lift and new toilets. We also refurbished the entire building creating a club atmosphere.

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