ReardonSmith Architects was commissioned to renovate and reconfigure 11 Cadogan Gardens, the discreet boutique hotel adjacent to London’s Sloane Square. This major renovation was the first significant intervention since the original townhouses had been converted into a hotel. Extensive upgrades and a new services and MEP strategy have been implemented.

Primarily a guestroom-led project, the aim was to rationalise spatial distribution to maximise previously underused areas and extract the greatest value from the building footprint for the client. The key count has been condensed from 62 to 56, including eight new suites amongst the 25 total. Public areas have been refurbished with traditional touches of quirky English eccentricity, whilst back of house accommodation has been reconfigured and upgraded. ReardonSmith managed the implementation of the interior concepts to preserve the design vision whilst ensuring high calibre results for the client.

“The practice is now back at 11 Cadogan Gardens, planning a new destination restaurant.”

ClientCadogan Estates, Ltd.
ProjectRenovation and reconfiguration of hotel
RSA RoleLead Architect and interior design development
OperatorCadogan Estates, Ltd.
Project Status1st Phase Completed 2016