'Gold' Armani loos and 16th century Tuscan flooring: Is this London's poshest office?

Champagne on tap is the order of the day for Middle Eastern royals.

by Rachel Savage
Credit: Enstar Capital
Credit: Enstar Capital

Forget table tennis tables, snooze pods and an office slide off Old Street, London’s poshest office could well be a 1930s art deco building in Mayfair fit for a Middle Eastern prince.

From ‘gold’ plated (not our air quotes) toilets modeled on those in Armani’s Milan hotel to wooden flooring from a 16th century Tuscan monastery, real estate investor Enstar Capital has spent £500 per square foot and a total of £3m, kitting out the inside of the office at 54 Brooks Mews.

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