Artisan Plastercraft’s decorative plastering work was recently featured in the Evening Standard – highlighting the Grade II* listed Hotel Russell’s £85m relaunch.
The opulent 1920’s hotel re-opens mid-April with the new name Principal, London.
The building’s architect Charles Fitzroy Doll designed the restaurant aboard the Titantic – which was said to be a close replica of Hotel Russell’s Dining Room (pictured).
We carried out decorative ceiling works to the Dining Room and cornice and coving within the bedrooms. More details on the work we carried out here.