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Zentura were appointed by The Argyll Club to refurbish two of their Westimnster serviced offices simultaneously to deliver to cutting-edge client experience


5,000 sq/ft



Project Type

Churn Works


Serviced Offices

Argyll Club Brook St

Churn Works

The Project

The Story

Zentura refurbished two of The Argyll Club's Westminster serviced offices simultaneously to improve common areas and improve the client experience.
The Argyll Club is a unique business club, providing premium serviced offices in many of London’s most prestigious locations. The Argyll Club are constantly managing office refurbishments across their 30 locations. However, due to tight timelines, they needed to refurbish both of their locations in brook street, Westminster, simultaneously. Their 84 Brook Street location is a refined, grade II listed property. Notable for it’s spacious suites and understated design, this space is among the Argyll Club’s finest. Down the road at number 52, a smaller space of similar design, is also a boutique serviced office location. The Zentura team worked to deliver a design concept that would keep the feel of both spaces consistent, reflecting Argyll’s brand and culture. The design needed to be elegant yet discreet, and flexible enough to meet the varied users of this premium serviced office. The team then worked to ensure the delivery of the designs to a challenging schedule, working solely out of hours to minimise disruption to the Argyll Club. The scope involved sandblasting the stone facades of both buildings, as well as decorating throughout both spaces, as well as completely refurbishing the boardrooms, client lounges and washrooms. The result? Two stunning workspaces refurbished in a very short timeframe to a very high standard, with minimal disruption. Argyll Club now have a refreshed space, delivering a cutting-edge client experience in two of their key locations in London.

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