News > London's Hotels: Expanding Social Spaces
In December, New London Architecture published a research report on London's Hotels, looking at current trends and challenges that the industry faces, focussing on public spaces within hotels and how they 'contribute to the city as a whole'.
The report includes several viewpoint articles on recent London hospitality projects including The Curtain, The Standard, The Hoxton and Green Rooms and invited Nicholas de Klerk, one of our hotel specialists, to contribute a piece on the conversion of heritage properties into hotels, focussing on our new Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square. In it, he writes:
Dialogue and collaboration have enabled the evolution of a dramatic and historic building from one that owes its existence to London’s historic trade links into one that speaks to how those links have evolved in twenty first century London.
The report also features stunning new photography of the hotel by Agnese Sanvito.
Ten Trinity Square Entrance © Agnese Sanvito
Ten Trinity Square from Seething Lane Gardens © Agnese Sanvito
The Latour Room in the Club at Ten Trinity Square © Agnese Sanvito
View up from the new panoramic lift at Ten Trinity Square © Agnese Sanvito