Studio Ashby creates spaces with a unique identity. Unswayed by the passing dictates of fashion, their aim is to bring authenticity to each project, drawing on a love of antiques, colour, contemporary ‘world art’, modernist furniture and photography.
State-of-the-art equipment is matched by unexpectedly playful touches. Vintage details, a soft colour palette and natural materials such as oak and soft tan leather add character and charm.
The seventh floor’s intimate screening room takes its design cues from the golden age of cinema. Art Deco-style lighting and furniture add a sense of glamour, yet celebrating comfort is just as important, with deep cushions and footstools tempting guests to kick off their shoes.
The terrace offers a variety of peaceful spaces in which to take a break from the hum of City life below. Subtle zoning is used to create outdoor ‘rooms’ that feel like a home and are inviting for large groups and individuals alike. Walkways lead explorers to hidden nooks and frame the fantastic views.
The workhub offers a quieter spot to focus, with dedicated desks, as well as larger spaces for communal work. Workstations are generous in size to promote a sense of wellbeing and are easy to personalise, with a place for everything.
The perfect, intimate venue for larger gatherings and celebrations. Cook for friends and family in the adjoining private kitchen or let outside caterers take care of the event for you.
One Crown Place’s Eighteenth-Century Georgian terraces have been restored, soon to be home to a hotel designed by Bowler James Brindley and operated by Bespoke Hotels. 41 bedrooms and a 100-cover destination restaurant will accompany a brand-new private members’ club, bringing these beloved buildings back to their former glory.