Home House

A case study

Home House

Home House represents everything you would expect in the concept of private members’ clubs – luxury, service and privacy.


Located across three Georgian town houses at 19, 20 and 21 Portman Square, The Club offers affiliates a dramatic fusion of old and new. Designed by James Wyatt in 1773 with Robert Adam interiors, the elegant grandeur of 19 and 20 is juxtaposed with the cutting-edge minimalism of 21, which presents an edgy bar and reception designed by internationally-renowned architect, Zaha Hadid, and sumptuously finished by the celebrated Candy & Candy team.

 Our Relationship


We were initially introduced to Home House in 2013. At that time the Club needed to find a company that could not only maintain their existing stock of furniture in lounges, bars and bedrooms, but could also manufacture additional pieces to contract standard and complimentary designs. Ideally, too, that company would be able to offer practical design solutions to promote footfall and increase revenue in all areas.


Our ‘proving’ work for Home House came from our noticing that whilst some of the bedrooms had fridges on the floor, others contained beautifully designed (but now redundant) two-door cabinets that had previously housed large 1990s video players. Rather than see them go to waste, we suggested adapting them for the fridges.


The success of this initiative led to many further projects and, from these small beginnings, Home House now frequently come to us for our problem-solving input. Please click the button below for a more detailed timeline of our varied work for Home House.

Historical timeline of Home House projects

The Oving


The Iden


The Barnham


The Elsted