88 St James’s Street is a landmark Grade II listed residential and commercial period property on St James’s Street. The building’s proximity to royalty makes St. James’s House truly unique. Boarded by St. James’s Palace, close to Buckingham Palace, and with direct views of the main entrance to Pall Mall, this landmark Grade II listed building offers residents an exclusive address with impeccable credentials.
Built for the Alliance Assurance Company in 1904-5, is amongst a small group of London buildings designed by Richard Norman Shaw (1831-1912) towards the end of his career, but at a time when he was still in the vanguard of architectural imagination and design.
Considered by many to have been the most interesting and imaginative architect of the late Victorian era, No. 88 is an example of his Classicism or Edwardian Baroque.
St James’s House has been exquisitely refurbished to retain its elegant character and heritage features. RJS Interiors installed specialist electrically operated upward pulling roller blinds during the complete refurbishment and fit out of the building, converting what was offices into high end residential apartments.
RJS Interiors are proud to announce that we have now been appointed to make and install hand made curtains, curtain poles, roman blinds, and roller blinds to one of the lateral apartments that is for sale.