Aubrey bar interior, with 20th-century ambiance

The Aubrey, Mandarin Oriental


Working closely with Maximal Concepts to interpret The Aubrey within the Mandarin Oriental London. Inspired by the building’s origin as a Gentleman’s club at the start of the 20th century, the vision has been to create a series of beautiful rooms, each with individual identities, and carefully curated art that form part of the original club. New reclaimed fireplaces installed in both the Library and Curio create a sense of heritage and gravitas.

The bar designed to be a beautiful drinking den has individual bar ledges for the ultimate date while the bar salon by day creates a warm and welcoming enclave in deep heritage green and vibrant muster. The curio room, with custom fabric wrapped panels is sumptuous in its tone-on-tone amber and dusk pink colour hues. The library a spot in which Aubrey Beardsley himself could have reclined is a discrete secret. For those in the know a private dining room with dramatic chandeliers and the Omakase bar provide the ultimate in secretive debauchery.

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CLIENT: The Aubrey

ADDRESS: 66 Knightsbridge, London


SIZE: 4100 sqft

TIMELINE: 10 months

Luxurious Curio Lounge: Red velvet sofas, marble accents, opulent décor
Elegant Curio Lounge: Lavish décor in wider view
Private Dining Elegance: Ornate glass chandelier, wooden table, warm lighting