Renovated Mayfair pub The Audley is filled to the brim with art

Artworks by Andy Warhol, Lucian Freud and more can be seen throughout The Audley pub and its restaurant in London‘s Mayfair, designed by architecture studio Laplace.

The venue occupies a listed five-storey building dating back to 1888, which formerly functioned as a pub with rooms for staff upstairs.

Laplace designed The Audley pub (above) and its restaurant (top image) in London

Now, the ground-floor public house has been restored while the upper levels were converted into the Mount St Restaurant, complete with four private dining rooms.

The renovation was commissioned by Artfarm – the hospitality company of Hauser & Wirth founders Iwan and Manuela Wirth – with the aim of

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