QS, a pair of Georgian townhouses, turned into a private family office

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Project Details:

Program: Offices

Year: 2018

Area: 10,700 sq.ft.

Photographer: Simone Bossi

AMA transformed a pair of Grade II listed Georgian townhouses located in Mayfair to function as a private family office. A core challenge of the project was to adapt the buildings to meet the demands of a modern workspace, whilst ensuring that the historical character of the building was retained and celebrated.

QS, a pair of Georgian townhouses, turned into a private family office
© Simone Bossi

The internal spaces referenced the order and proportion of the original Georgian floor plans, whilst the buildings were extended and amalgamated as necessary to support the needs of the client. This led to a dual program: the main headquarters building (QS-07) and an adjacent premises (QS-08) which is designed to function as a flexible and adaptable office space.

QS, a pair of Georgian townhouses, turned into a private family office
© Simone Bossi

Materials were selected for their timeless quality, echoing those present in the original building. A palette of natural oak, stone and plastered walls were used consistently throughout the scheme together.

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