Ten Trinity Square is one of London’s true landmark buildings, situated next to The Tower of London’s world heritage site. Although care is being taken to keep this hotel’s classically elegant and famous features intact, behind the doors of this legendary Four Seasons address, a comprehensive upgrade and restructure is underway. Included in this transformation is the introduction of ‘The Club’, a new part of the hotel being created from their ornate, walnut-panelled boardrooms to provide a place that will be used as a global meeting space for an intelligent platform for business and cultural exchange.
The Four Seasons distinguished brand is something that had to be maintained throughout the transformation; a task which was given to the creative talent of The Plant to inject into everything they designed. Working alongside them, Progress created a range of menus for the restaurants of Ten Trinity Square, including The Club. Each menu was covered and lined in real leather, with a variety of different page holding mechanisms inserted, depending on the size and the function of the piece. These mechanisms included elastic fastenings, corner tabs, cleverly designed pockets and hidden inter-screws. Each menu was branded with a foil blocked logo to the outer face, with gold stitching along the edges, providing it with a special touch of elegance that you would expect to find in such an illustrious hotel.