The Hippodrome Casino in Leicester Square re-opened in July 2012 after several years of extensive restoration by its British owners. The iconic grade II listed building was built in 1900 by the renowned Theatre Architect Frank Matcham and the renovation programme has taken the buildings purpose back to Matcham's original designs for use as a casino.
Ever since opening the front doors the carpets have served us very well indeed, the fact they look superb is great they fit in with our overall furnishings and design. The designs of the carpets complement beautifully the design of the key areas of the building. The carpets do the job perfectly.
Head of PR, Hippodrome Casino
Spread out over three floors the property features the Heliot restaurant, lounge and bar, a cocktail bar, private dining rooms, a dedicated live entertainment venue together with traditional and hi-tech electronic gaming facilities.
Brintons worked closely with Cadmium Architects and Designers to create a dramatic collection of intricately designed carpets, which were fitted throughout the property.
- Hippodrome Casino
- 10 and 12 row tile and broadloom Axminster
- July 2012 and on-going replacement carpets