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The Groucho Club in Soho has been the scene of many of London’s most glamorous dinners and late nights since opening its doors in 1985. Thirty years later, one of London best restaurants, the private members’ club was in need of a little refreshing. After many months of refurbishments, the storied institution has revealed a complete overhaul by London-based architecture and design practice Michaelis Boyd Associates.
The revamp left the bones of the building intact but changed the layout of the club’s two restaurants, several bars, and private event rooms, giving them all a modern and cohesive lift. On the first floor, a lounge and bar area known as the Mary Lou Room received a colorful overhaul with brightly hued seating and pin-striped wallpaper balanced by more muted antique oak herringbone floors.
The old-world Soho Bar has been outfitted with a reclaimed wood floor taken from the BBC’s historic Bush House, while an eclectic mix of contract furniture designs (from vintage to Tom Dixon) pop against dramatic green-blue walls. The Soho Bar’s interior mimics that of the rest of the building – with stunning contemporary art collections creating a sophisticated backdrop for your next event.
One of the club’s most spectacular restaurant design area, the main dining room, has been upgraded with curved, dark blue banquettes and paired with Brazilian marble tables that sit under the building’s impressive glass ceiling.
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