The Dumont

St James
EPR / David Walker
No. of Units
Project Scale
20,000 sqft Amenity
Interior Design & FF&E Design

The Best of London

Featuring some of London’s most striking views, from the Palace of Westminster to Big Ben and The London Eye, St. James’ The Dumont on the Albert Embankment is a modern classic building featuring 186 residences.

As homes increasingly double as offices, schools, gyms and restaurants, once singular spaces have now become multifaceted. As such, a buildings’ amenities are now perhaps its most important attribute.

round glass top table & luxury office chairs
The Dumont’s amenities foster a 24/7/365 community.
entrance to library view of 2 chairs & a coffee table
The library provides a get-away for reading and quiet work.
Evening Standard New Homes Awards picks the best luxury new-builds, The Dumont: Best Luxury Home
Evening Standard Homes and Property
2 designer armchairs in lounge area
Inspired by MAWD’s private members’ clubs, furniture groupings at the Dumont vary from private spots for quiet conversations to larger areas for socializing.
boardroom meeting room table & chairs with view over london
Located in the trio of buildings at London’s newest riverside address, the apartments have panoramic views of some of the city’s most iconic buildings.

Play On

With a hospitality background and an expert grasp of “live, move, work and play,” March and White Design worked with St. James to design the recreational spaces, ensuring an unsurpassed lifestyle experience for residence and their guests.

The result is a fully immersive experiential line-up: a ten-pin bowling and pool room, a private cinema, a residents’ lounge, a scenic rooftop, and an infinity pool, gym, and spa facilities.

brass wrapped bespoke pool table in the games room
In the games room, the centerpiece is the brass wrapped bespoke pool table by the Game Company.
detail textured designer armchair
Furniture details in the lounge are cozy and textured.
MAWD’s cinema space emphasizes comfort, featuring deep burgundy velvet bespoke pieces by Amy Sommerville.

Staying In is the New Going Out

MAWD’s cinema space is a modern take on the glamour of Art Deco theater. Throughout the bowling alley and games room areas is an atmospheric use of timber paneling with pops of color and metallic finishes. In the games room, the centerpiece is the brass wrapped bespoke pool table by the Game Company. The furniture is sculptural and bold, designed for movement and activity.

Throughout the bowling alley and games room areas timber paneling is used as an atmospheric background.
Custom cinema chairs in velvet fabric are perfect for movie night.