City of Westminster, London, UK

Alfred Dunhill

Our refurbishment of the historic Bourdon House in London’s Mayfair for Alfred Dunhill creates a ‘Temple to the Brand’: part shop, part club, part showcase. It is a sanctuary of luxury for Dunhill’s loyal customers from all over the world and a celebration of Dunhill’s history of superb design of luxury goods over almost a century

Project Details

  • Location London
  • Type Heritage, Refurbishment
  • Sector Retail
  • Client Alfred Dunhill
  • Services Architecture

Collective Team

Entrance arch

Bourdon House was originally built in 1723 and was occupied as the town house of The Duke of Westminster from 1917 to 1957.  The much altered and extended property was obtained by Alfred Dunhill to house their flagship store in London.

Our painstaking restoration of Bourdon House, inside and out, has been undertaken, with a contemporary glass dining room delicately slotted into the courtyard;  ‘a jewel’ situated within a distinguished historic setting.

Entrance courtyard
The Discovery Room
The Bespoke Room
The Mahogany Room
The Pine Room
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