Leisure & Hospitality



Farmers & Fletchers in the City


The Worshipful Company of Farmers & The Worshipful Company of Fletchers


3 Cloth St, London


The Worshipful Company of Farmers & The Worshipful Company of Fletchers are both livery companies of the City of London and have shared 3 Cloth Street as their Livery Hall since it was first opened in 1987.

EDGE was selected, via a competitive pitch, to design a revitalised new Livery Hall for the companies which would create a home for them within the city whilst also providing a contemporary venue for corporate and private events.

What’s the Big Idea?

Following briefing sessions with the representatives from both livery companies, EDGE’s concept for the revitalised space was based on combining references to the traditions of both companies with a modern and creative twist. Throughout the space, vibrant teal panelled walls, some of which are flexible, sit beside areas of perforated brass detailing, elegant pendant lamps and unusual floor and wall tiling. To create a grand approach for the Great Hall - a new spiral staircase replaces the previous stairwell, becoming a focal point for the reception area. The Great Hall can be used for conferences and dining and includes a stunning feature wall - herringbone patterned in three tones of oak veneer, with brass inlay detailing.

No. 3 Cloth Street is now a gracious home for the Worshipful Company of Farmers and The Worshipful Company of Fletchers and an attractive venue for a variety or corporate, private and Livery events.


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