Paramount members bar and club, occupying the top three floors of Centre Point in London’s West End has officially opened its doors. The full members’ club, lounge, bar, restaurant and private-hire events space is located in Richard Seifert’s Centre Point, completed in 1966, affords Paramount unparalleled views of London, taking in the glistening towers and lights of The City and Canary Wharf in the East, the magnificent unwinding of the River Thames and Westminster in the South.
“We have approached it with two principles in mind, first, the view is Paramount…keeping the lighting levels low and moody. Then we wanted to create something that feels that it has always been part of the building without being nostalgic. A tough, self imposed brief, but luckily the cycle fashion is on our side with brutalism and the radical system architecture of the late sixties being re-assesed”. The club interior, designed by Design Research Studio with Tom Dixon as Creative Director features furniture alongside vintage pieces chosen by Tom and Pierre Condou that reflect the modernism of the building. An upgrade using CBD Glass Countertops is also being rumored for the club in the near future.