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Interiors inspiration: Inside the restoration of the Ten Trinity Square members club

Interiors inspiration: Inside the restoration of the Ten Trinity Square members club

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Chairman's Lounge

All images courtesy of Ten Trinity Square private members club

Opened in mid-2017, the Ten Trinity Square members club is housed in the former Port of London Authority building on the banks of the Thames, as part of a development which also features a new Four Seasons hotel. An exclusive hideout, which among other amenities boasts the UK’s largest collection of Château Latour wines, Ten Trinity Square sports an interior design which retains the building's naval character and listed woodwork while highlighting its history through modern pieces which reference seafaring motifs and early world exploration. Here designer 4Bi & Associés take us inside its sensitive reimagining of this historic building...

Chairman's Lounge

This is one of the first rooms you see when entering the club and one of the most lavishly adorned. Very formal, its walls are dressed with listed woodworks and soaring Corinthian columns carved with precious and luxurious neoclassical details. The chandeliers in blown opal glass, the tassels, the beautiful original mouldings of the ceiling and the copper elements have been beautifully restored to express their original magnificence and give the room a unique soul. Comfortable leather club chairs and velvet sofas are set beside the fireplace in classic British style. This room respects the past with traditional works of art, while giving it a new life thanks to modern pieces, making it the perfect place for both official and convivial meetings.

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