Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity SquareFeatured Project / Hotels
Ten Trinity Square London was originally built as the Port of London Authority HQ and is an outstanding example of Beaux-Arts Architecture. The building was opened by the then Prime Minister, David Lloyd George in 1922. The property has undergone a comprehensive and meticulous restoration and upgrade and now houses a Four Seasons Hotel, Residences and a Private Members Club.
dpa has worked on the project for almost four years carefully coordinating with the owner Reignwood Group, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and the professional team. dpa have been responsible for the lighting design of the exterior building including the Great Tower, all Public Areas/UN Ballroom, Guestrooms, Suites, Apartments, The Club, the Spa and two signature restaurants La Dame de Pic and Mei Ume. The lighting design has been sensitively conceived and implemented to enhance the existing architecture and new parts of the structure.
The project is substantial and has numerous areas, which would be too much to describe in this publication, but we would be happy to provide further details to anyone who is interested.
Owner: Reignwood Group
Operator: Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts
Project Manager: Gardiner and Theobald LLP
Architect: Aukett Swanke
Interior Designer for the Public Areas: 4bI & Associates
Residential Base Build Interior Designer: The Gallery, HBA
Landscape Architect for Presidential Garden: Randle Siddeley
M&E Consultant: Waterman Group
Photography: Courtesy of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts