Flexjet

Grosvenor St
London, W1

1,400 sqft, Cat B Fitout, 6 weeks

Consult and Design

Flexjet is an industry leader in private aviation. Providing the highest level of service, experience and comfort is at the heart of this business. Having chosen their ideal location on the top floor at 24 Grosvenor Street they instructed JT3 to design and build their European HQ from which they would launch their Red Label brand and also provide Flexjet subscribers with an office and meeting facility to use at their convenience. JT3 employed Louise Coombes of the Jones London who directed the planning stage alongside Tracy Hain who meticulously selected the furniture, fixtures and fittings.

Manage and Build

Grosvenor Estate undertook the comprehensive Category A refurbishment of the entire building at 24 Grosvenor Street. The close link between our designer, interior designer and the client was key throughout the build period. The highest level of finish was required at every turn. The installation of specialist joinery, bespoke furniture and feature lighting was essential to the success of this project. All of this needed to happen on the 4th floor of this building so a high degree of care was paramount in transporting these items up the stairs. No mean feat! Encouraged by our work for Flexjet, two additional clients appointed us on their projects in the same building.

The New Space

As our client rightly put, this is “a space of timeless elegance” where the company can proudly launch their official expansion into Europe. On entering the space, there is an immediate sense of tranquillity which is expressed in the furniture within the reception space. Either side there is a meeting room and a board room, each featuring magnificent marble tables and carefully selected and “one off” pieces of furniture. The open plan desk area is framed at one end by modern, free standing modular shelving and at the other by a large antique wooden propeller. A private office is located around the corner. The kitchen area is a nod to the interior of a private jet with it’s slanted wall on one side and banquette seating beneath the windows. The space is – quite simply – beautiful.
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