Architectural details about Rococo on Marylebone High Street

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The Marylebone High Street shop exterior is almost identical to the King’s Road, but the interior has a different feel. When the shop was stripped out, many 1930’s features were uncovered such as a beautiful high ceiling with original mouldings, skirting boards, parquet floor and brass door fittings.

Architect Mark Prizeman designed the Mayan Temple Counter and all the other display counters, as well as the whole interior layout. Mark project managed the fitting of the daughter shop with Ian Sands and ABA Builders, who are real perfectionists.

Specialist paint finishes by Annette O’Sullivan and the fabulous blown glass Rococo Jellyfish Chandelier was a one-off by Nicholas Turvey for the new shop.  

via mynorthwestlondon.com.

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