Jan Hendzel tracks down “super special” London timbers to overhaul Town Hall Hotel suites

Wood from a felled street tree and reclaimed architectural timber from a salvage yard form the furnishings of two hotel suites that designer Jan Hendzel revamped for London‘s Town Hall Hotel in time for London Design Festival.

Suites 109 and 111 are set on the first floor of the Town Hall Hotel, which is housed in a converted Grade II-listed town hall in Bethnal Green dating back to 1910.

Each of the apartment-style suites features a living room with a kitchen alongside a bedroom and en-suite, which Hendzel has outfitted with bespoke furnishings. Like all of the furniture maker’s pieces, these are crafted exclusively from British timbers.

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