The Grade I-listed Francis Hotel dates back to 1728, originally designed by John Wood, the Elder, as six separate townhouses facing on to Queens Square. We worked with Houseman Henderson Architects on a head-to-toe refit to accommodate an MGalley hotel.
This involved sensitive restoration of the Bath stone façade, and an interior transformation: a new Raymond Blanc restaurant, new lift shaft, and new communal spaces. We also acted for the owners on a Licence to Alter application that enabled the restaurant work.
Conversion of agricultural barns in disrepair into a high-end wedding venue and hotel
A comprehensive refurbishment of a Grade II-listed landmark in London
Fixing a broken arm – 30m up!
Conversion of Grade II listed former town hall into a boutique hotel and new offices