Gatti House is one of the oldest Grade II listed buildings in London’s West End and is located in Covent Garden's.
Designed by architect Spencer Chadwick, Gatti House was built in 1886-87 and originally served as the Adelphi Theatre’s restaurant. It was a favourite hangout for celebrities of the day, including Dame Ellen Terry, Oscar Wilde and Noel Coward, but is now home to four luxury apartments that have sold for millions. The majestic design is also said to have been the inspiration for the Titanic's grand first-class dining room.
The front façade was retained and most of the internal features had to be renovated to their former beauty. With the £3m, top quality and high specifications were used throughout the project. Walker Mower provided a full design package for the job, including mechanical and electrical design, along with full public health and drainage design. Additionally, SAPS with EPC's were provided, and regular on-site inspections were carried out to ensure the construction was carried out in accordance with both Walker Mower's design and the relevant building standards.
- - Full mechanical design
- - Full electrical design
- - Full public health and drainage design
- - SAPs with EPCs
- - On-site inspections