FOUR SEASONS AT TEN TRINITY SQUARE
Located in London’s most historic area – close to illustrious neighbours such as the Tower of London and St. Paul’s Cathedral – Ten Trinity Square has long been regarded as one of Britain’s finest architectural landmarks. Now home to Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square, this Grade II*-listed building possesses a fascinating history.
The interiors of the 100-room hotel (which also has 41 serviced apartments that span the top four floors of the building) were designed by Bruno Moinard and Claire Betaille of Paris-based 4BI et Associés, whose previous work includes the Cartier boutique on Central Park and the rooms at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée. The centrepiece, quite literally, is the Rotunda, a glitzy circular lounge in the middle of the building, whose shallow gold-ribbed dome is supported by barley-sugar columns, and surrounded by a series of relief murals intended to evoke the maritime heritage of the site.
Publishes on Suite 186 - Ottobre 2017
Designer: 4BI & ASSOCIÉS