Adding to our vast hospitality record in Prime Central London, Piperhill have recently completed yet another new phase at The Berkeley Hotel, Knightsbridge – The New Old Fashioned Berkeley Bar & Terrace.
Designed by Bryan O’Sullivan, the works included the refurbishment and fit-out of the bar, featured marble, spectacular murals, custom furniture finished with a 300 year old walnut wood and the construction of the new alfresco terrace.
The Berkeley Bar is both spacious and cosy in equal measure. Inside there are beautiful carved plasterwork, coral tones and curved edges that set an elegant scene, with wooden accents that were hewn from a single tree. Then outside, we have also constructed the alfresco cigar terrace, located at the south side of the hotel.
Works are also continuing on our 38 luxury rooms on the north side of the Hotel, consisting of the construction of new steel and glazed external balconies and the refurbishment of all bedrooms and bathrooms.
Piperhill are set to continue to thrive in London’s hospitality industry for the duration of 2019, however we have a fast growing reputation within residential commercial sectors including various luxury bars and restaurants, youth centres and multi million pound residences.
We pride ourselves in being qualified and experienced to undertake all aspects of work; from new build, basement construction and interior fit out, through to fully integrated services and first class designer finishes.
Whether working withing design and build or traditional contracts, our unfailing aim is to satisfy all of our clients and their consultants requirements and to produce the highest quality finished project.
Please feel free to contact us on 0208 166 5607 if you wish to discuss a project.
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