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The Clubhouse opens second London lounge in Mayfair


A stylish new private members’ club has opened in London’s Mayfair, following the huge success of its first clubhouse, and hopes to amalgamate the gap between a business lounge and boutique hotel.

Designed to build on the success of The Clubhouse at 11-14 Grafton Street, London, the new Mayfair lounge has a contemporary feel, set within a brand new building originally designed for open-plan workspace. A new coffered ceiling incorporates recessed directional lighting to provide members with an immediate sense of arrival and sets the smart, creative tone for the rest of the club.


Created by design and fit-out specialist Area Sq, the new space has a sense of openness and connectivity between the ground and lower ground floors. To give a sense of one space,  the installation of a bespoke staircase to link the two floors has been created.

Designed to provide flexibility for members and a luxurious, professional space in which to work, meet and host events, Area Sq has created open-plan lounge spaces, informal flexible meeting areas, a range of high-specification meeting rooms and boardrooms, hot desks, touchdown spaces and an events space for up to 150 people. To capture the different mood of each space, Area Sq has used a variety of contemporary lighting products, wall coverings and striking signature furniture pieces which were provided by their sister company Sketch Studios.

Andy Mackenzie, head of design at Area Sq, said: “We have set out to provide a chic and stylish backdrop to business meetings, events and everyday working. The overall look is designed to be smart, casual and creative – definitely not corporate. We want The Clubhouse to appeal to all sectors and types of business people.”

Adam Blaskey, CEO and founder of The Clubhouse, said: “The Clubhouse is a melting pot for creative entrepreneurs who want a professional space in which to work and meet within a sophisticated and business focused environment that inspires them – not a bland hotel lobby or conference room.”

Images courtesy of Matt Chung

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September 8, 2014 | Property | View comments

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