Sir Stirling Moss OBE is often described as the greatest competitor never to win the F1 world title and is widely regarded as the greatest all-round racing driver of all time. His high tech house in London’s Mayfair is almost as celebrated, the bomb damaged plot having been acquired by Moss for just £5,000 in 1961 and transformed into a stylish 5-storey, £10 million home full of computerised and robotised gadgets, including a remote-operated bathtub, automated dumbwaiters and a one-of-a-kind carbon fibre lift made by the Williams F1 team.
So when Sir Stirling invited Granite Transformations to upgrade his 3rd-storey bathroom, as part of what Moss terms his extensive ‘Project 46’ refurbishment, we leapt at the chance to showcase our elegant agglomerate interior finishes and Trend glass mosaic tiles, in such a futuristic setting.
The result is a spectacular transformation in clean, crisp, contemporary polar white and silver, a metallic tone that is so appropriate for a race driver who first drove the legendary Mercedes-Benz ‘Silver Arrows’ almost sixty years ago. Once the work was complete, Sir Stirling expressed himself delighted with both the workmanship and finish. Click here to read more about Project 46.