Getting back to tedious work schedule on Monday is quite difficult especially after a fun-filled weekend. Not anymore, as London’s most expensive gold-plated Mayfair offices could help you beat the Monday blues. Located above La Petite Maison restaurant on Brooks Street in Mayfair, the all-new offices by Enstar Capital are estimated to have the most luxurious office interior in the whole London city, costing around £500 (approx. US $774) per square-feet.
Architects Stiff & Trevillion have created the ultimate Armani-inspired interior that features Statuario Michelangelo marble and gold-gilded staircase, flooring from a 16th Century Tuscan monastery, gold-plated bathrooms and exclusive switch-free lighting. Each floor on the four-story building includes luxury toilets, which are reminiscent of Milan’s Armani hotel with floor to ceiling gold mosaic walls and mirrored washbasins along with water, soap dispenser and hand drying facilities.
On entryway, there’s ‘54’ entrance sign that replicates Steve Rubell’s famous Studio 54 nightclub logo of 1970s Manhattan. The company has also allied with La Petite Maison restaurant (that’s on the ground floor of the building) to provide in-office dining for breakfast, lunch or dinner for staff.
Moreover, each floor has its own food lift to bring champagne, snacks as well as meals directly to office members. This means these opulent workspaces will offer homely feel to the employees. So, there will be no chance of any Monday blues and all staff members will be willing to come to work without missing a single day.
Total £4 million (approx. US $6 million) was spent on the entire project, which took nearly 16 months for completion. The first and second floors each provide 2,000-square feet office space. Each is available to let on a 5-year lease for hefty asking price of about £250,000 (approx. US $386,750) per annum.
Due to all the aforementioned ostentatious amenities, these boutique offices have been headlined as the city’s most expensive workspaces so far. These exclusive offices will be marketed to Saudi Royals, the family of the Sultan of Brunei, and Qatari Royals. The luxury offices are also idyllic for private family offices or super-rich Middle Eastern or Asian tenants.