London at 10 Trinity Square



Details

Location

Central London

Architect

Aukett Swanke

Main Contractor

Ardmore

Sub-Contractor

McCue Fit Out

Situated in the heart of The City of London, the building at Ten Trinity Square is one of London’s most treasured buildings, having once been the seat of power for both the Port of London Authority and the United Nations.

The Sir Edwin Cooper designed building was originally built in 1922 and occupied by the Port of London Authority until 1970. In 1946, the building hosted the inaugural assembly of the United Nations in 1946 and was later used for the famous signing of the first UN Charter in 1948, hosted by Winston Churchill.

In the latest chapter in its extraordinary life, the Grade II* listed building has undergone a meticulous conversion, with Ardmore overseeing the sensitive refurbishment and transformation into a spectacular Four Seasons Hotel and apartments.

We worked alongside Adrmore on the ironmongery schedule supplying McCue Fit Out with a full door package to the 100 Bedroom Hotel by The Four Season Group

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Four Seasons Hotels

Ardmore

Aukett Swanke Architects

McCue Fit Out