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Designed by London-based March and White, the interior-design group behind the look of the Café Royal members' club in Piccadilly and the Arts Club in Mayfair, the hotel’s two Grade II-listed buildings (a former 18th-century East India Company warehouse and an adjacent Georgian townhouse) boast stylish interiors with a sophisticated throwback feel, with detailed upholstery inspired by the early design patterns of the fashion brand Chanel.

March & White worked in collaboration with Rolls Royce to open the Summer Studio in Porto Cervo 2015. It was an opportunity to connect the world of cars and yachts together in a stunning environment.

March & White also produced a concept for the interior of the Wraith, exploring new materials and techniques developed from their bespoke designs and furniture from the super-yacht world. 

St. Regis Hotels & Resorts returned to the home of British polo for the annual St. Regis International Cup. March & White were invited to design the VIP tent for the occasion. 

Guests in the VIP marquee were treated to signature St. Regis rituals including afternoon tea, the iconic St. Regis Bloody Mary cocktails and Veuve Clicquot champagne – all perfectly accompanied by the traditional half time divot stomp...

James White & Elliot March are annoyingly discrete. We are sitting in Little House Mayfair and despite gaining their fourth Royal residence commission both remain pretty tight lipped on the details. 

Sadly its tea time not cocktail hour so i'm not sure this will change...

Lürssen has released a few details on Project Jupiter. Her LOA is 403’5” (123 meters)  beam is 65’6” (20 meters). The megayacht, set for delivery next spring, is a first-time collaboration between the shipyard, H2 Yacht Design, and the interior-design firm March & White. The latter created a contemporary, eclectic ambiance, adorned with nautical elements and custom finishes. Lürssen terms some of those finisheds “highly innovative.” Project Jupiter additionally has a central atrium that lets natural light filter down through her decks.

The 123-metre Lürssen Project Jupiter features exterior design by H2 Yacht Design. The yard says the yacht is “a very unique design incorporating many striking features”. That’s something of an understatement, given that the yacht features a host of curves and sculpted features in the superstructure and huge swathes of floor-to-ceiling windows, marking the yacht as one of the most distinctive launches in recent years. Interior styling is by March & White.