This Grade II listed, six-storey Art Deco building was designed by Sir John Burnett and Partners, who were also responsible for the King Edward VII gallery at the British Museum and Unilever House. Completely refurbished to a phenomenally high standard, the interior of Greybrook House reprises to spectacular effect the Art Deco theme found on the exterior and the Claridge’s façade opposite. The exquisite craftsmanship, everywhere in evidence, allows for a seamless blending of one of history’s most recognisable design periods with more contemporary elements. From the street, bronze doors set into the monumental white Portland stone façade give access to a high ceilinged lobby whose refined details and elegant lift carriage give promise of luxury to come. Those expectations are amply fulfilled when on leaving the lift by private code you enter a hushed domain of extravagant beauty combining jewel like details, bespoke joinery, natural stone and subtle lighting. Technology is discreetly and seamlessly layered into each apartment. Located in the heart of Mayfair, London’s most exclusive residential and retail district, Greybrook House is a building exemplifying the convenience, luxury and drama to which the best of modern living aspires.