This project was a refurbishment of a prestigious and stunning casino in the heart of Mayfair, London.

The casino, developed by the high-profile casino chain Crown, is a showcase of classic contemporary design and luxurious finishes. Our job was to provide beautiful ironmongery for the restaurant, bar and gaming area.

For this project, we provided a range of items including our knurled Montgomery lever handle (LV1142) and knurled cabinet pull (CP1109). In addition, our DP1022 glass door pulls, Irvine cabinet handles (CP1096) and Harrison cabinet pulls (CP1011) were also used. These products were mostly specified in our mid antique brass waxed finish, a perfect choice for the glamour of the design scheme. Our Irvine cabinet pulls were selected in our polished brass waxed finish, which provided a beautiful contrast to the dark furniture and complemented the overall aesthetic. We also supplied all the fixtures and fittings, including locks, latches, hinges, flush bolts and doorstops, in the matching finishes.

We worked in collaboration with WISH, the appointed interior designer, and the main contractor GPF Lewis, who chose us specifically for this project.

“WISH were engaged to transform the interiors of the exclusive Crown Aspinall’s private members club in Mayfair; our brief was to reconfigure the existing spaces, improve the customer flow and inject a new modern layer to enhance the existing historic backdrop.

Respectful of the architectural heritage we concentrated on developing a design to deliver new gaming spaces, a unique external terrace area and a destination restaurant. This was achieved by introducing a contemporary layer that focused on light, detail and texture, pinned away from the fabric of the building.

This sympathetic blend brought together the strong international brand vision of Crown within the much more intimate setting of Mayfair and allowed us to provide our client with a distinctive and individual interior.”

Caroline Smith, Managing Partner WISH

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