• The Leathersellers' Hall, London
  • The Leathersellers' Hall
    The Leathersellers' Hall, London
  • The Leathersellers' Hall, London

The Leathersellers' Hall

The Leathersellers’ Company has occupied this site continuously since 1543. Whilst earlier halls were located within St Helen’s Place, the new 7th hall has now returned to the site of its earliest historical location. The design showcases some of the best contemporary crafting in leather, joinery, glass, textiles and metalwork.

The interior includes the following public spaces: The Court Room sits 29 around a new table. The walls finished in American black walnut panelling alternate with vertical slotted timber reeds. The deep red curtains, white leather chairs, the colours of the carpet and the glint of the crystal cut chandeliers add life and ceremony to the room.

The Reception Room, a light, airy space, speaks to the future more than the past and features a clear and indigo drawn glass sculpture by Dale Chihuly.



  • Project name: The Leathersellers' Hall
  • Client: The Leathersellers’ Company
  • Location: London
  • Services: Architecture, Interior Design
  • Completion Date: 2018


  • Artist: Dale Chihuly
  • Contractor: Brookfield Europe
  • Metalwork: Chris Brammall
  • Photography: Dirk Lindner
  • Project Manager: Gardiner & Theobald
  • Tapestry : Dovecot Studios


  • RIBA London Award - Winner (2017)
  • City of London Building of the Year Awards - Livery Award Commendation (2016)