Fairfax & Sammons completely reconfigured this 5,000sqft apartment, remodelling every space and renewing every fitting. The architecture and decoration of the principal rooms has a strong Soanian theme, which is enhanced by Anglo-French detailing in the style of Thomas Hope, and furniture and antiques of the period bought specially for the apartment by David Mlinaric and Hugh Henry. One of the principal features of this apartment is the way it was conceived as a home for a remarkable collection of books. In addition to a neo-Classical library, bookshelves are integrated into the dining room, which doubles as a library, and into the walls of the study. The Soane-inspired library is ingeniously fitted into an interior hall beside the master bedroom suite.