Merchant Taylors' Hall:
A stunning 14th-century guild hall in the heart of The City with impressive period features and a double height ballroom .
The John Nash Building:
Magnificent Georgian town house with stunning rooftop views over central London. It has an impressive central staircase, opulent halls, several restaurants, basement bars as well as office spaces and a roof terrace.
Fantastic, large, multi-complex site with a variety of period and modern buildings with a great airport double and service roads.
A stunning Queen Ann mansion house, approached by a sweeping driveway set in 22 acres of beautiful rural parkland. WD4
Vacant college campus with a variety of period and modern buildings in varying states of disrepair both residential and academic. Including swimming pool, class rooms, gym, squash courts, sports hall and dormitories.
The Rushey Green Theatre:
Grade II Art Deco theatre with original features. An impressive auditorium, studio theatre, retro bars, box office and dressing rooms.
Stunning English Baroque church with Crypt cafe and chapel.
London town house offices with exteriors resembling Downing Street.
Ex-Rifleman's club in Mayfair with various function rooms, a dilapidated basement bar, several subterranean spaces including a shooting range and a garage.
8 Northumberland Avenue:
An impressive Victorian property with a striking double height, ornate ballroom, and bar/restaurant with original features. Downstairs there are hi tech, modern, glass and mirrored function rooms.