The Audley development at 34 South Audley Street and 41-42 Mount Street in Mayfair, London W1.
Artfarm is transforming the building into an entertainment venue where nothing will be as expected.
The pub on the ground floor is retained, there will be a dining room/restaurant on the first floor and various types of rooms on the upper floors.
Central to The Audley experience will be an exceptional art collection that Artfarm will curate to celebrate London’s reputation as a global art capital. Art will be found on every floor of the building and be accessible for all visitors to appreciate and enjoy.
The Audley Public House and Hotel was originally built in 1888-89 by Thomas Verity. The 5-storey building is Grade II-listed and is located within the Mayfair Conservation Area.
The shell and core work due to complete in Summer 2021 in Phase 1 is managed by landlord Grosvenor and is carried out by Grangewood. The fit-out is managed by Artform and the opening is expected in 2022.
2020 December - Plans submitted for the use of the basement, ground and first floor as a public house, and the second, third and fourth floors as meeting rooms/events space (Sui Generis). External alterations including installation of replacement windowpanes at second and fourth-floor levels, replacement of windows with louvres at rear third-floor level; installation of a plant at main roof level and at rear second floor level within an enclosure with a green roof. Installation of platform hoist and vent grilles in the Mount Street lightwell and a new high-level extract duct at rear second and third floor levels to terminate at roof level. Architect: EPR. City of Westminster ref. no. 20/08344/FULL.
1. Historic England List Entry Number: 1264595; Date first listed: December 1987.
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