ISG delivered the long-awaited Descente store on Carnaby Street - the first flagship store for the brand in the UK.
Situated in Belgravia, close to Buckingham Palace, The Goring Hotel is a long time favourite with international royalty and celebrities. It is the only privately owned 5 star hotel in London and boasts an award-winning restaurant famed for its very British cuisine.
Celebrity chef and Michelin Star winner Gordon Ramsay reappointed ISG for circa £600,000 fit out of the Savoy Grill. Located on The Strand, the grill was designed to seat approximately 130 diners in modern comfort without losing any of the charm that the Savoy Grill has long been famous for.
The project saw the creation of a unique and daring visitor attraction at The O2. Conceived by architects Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners alongside Buro Happold, it features a tensile cable and fabric walkway, with a viewing platform above the corona of the iconic structure.
The multi-million pound, awarding-winning fit out project comprised of the installation of both a lift and a dramatic, 8.5 metre-high feature staircase. We also constructed a blackened steel and brass mesh, which incorporates viewing platforms looking out over the ground floor wine bar.
This was our first project for the Watches of Switzerland in the UK, and it was one ISG was very excited to deliver.
ISG was chosen to refurbish and restore the family heritage of The Goring Hotel. We carried out three separate projects across the grand old hotel comprising the refurbishment of the restaurant, sitting room, bar, terrace and bedroom suites.
ISG recreated the St Martins Lane Hotel as a five star hotel that offers a fresh take on luxury accommodation by utilising modern materials.
ISG’s award winning work at The Kensington Hotel included a full refurbishment of the hotel together with the meeting and conference rooms. This encompasses the boardroom an antique table that can sit 30 in addition to the morning and drawing rooms set on the ground floor of the listed regency townhouse.
The Lancaster refurbishment project was one the most expansive our team has undertaken to date. With sufficient facilities to host 1,800 people across two rooms, it also comprises enough rooms to accommodate over 1,000 people per night.