Bond Street Shops: Mayfair Stores, London Shopping

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Bond Street shops, London : Mayfair Shopping

Mayfair Buildings, London, England, UK

20 Apr 2016 – new photos loaded

Bond St shops

Bond Street – various luxury shops, two historic arcades

Bonhams New Bond Street Building:
Bonhams New Bond Street Building

Ellie Saab London Store:
Ellie Saab London Store

Jimmy Choo London Store:
Jimmy Choo London Store
photographs © Adrian Welch

New photo © Adrian Welch from 12 Nov 2012:

14 St George Street and 50 New Bond Street, London W1S, UK
Eric Parry Architects
150 Bond Street Building
14 St George Street and 50 New Bond Street
Located on the east side of the street, key element is façade, external
This office development (with retail at street level) was built for Scottish Widows
RIBA Awards 2012 Winner
This project is considerably more complex than simply inserting two office buildings into a rich and varied urban context and involves the reworking of the retained fabric as well as new work of exceptional quality.
The 14 St George Street office building has been developed behind a terrace on St George Street and replacing a demolished building on Maddox Street. The rhythm and scale of the St George Street terrace has been referenced with ‘rooms’ behind the façade based on the line of partition walls.

Burlington Arcade, st the south end of the street, leading down to Piccadilly:
Burlington Arcade Burlington Arcade

Time and Life Building, 155 New Bond Street
1953
Michael Rosenauer
– first post-war company headquarters in the Modernist style in London
– severe but well-proportioned exterior.
– Grade II listed

Photographs © Adrian Welch, taken on 17 Sep 2011

Asprey redevelopment, Bond Street:
2004
Foster + Partners
– flagship store
– British luxury brand with a heritage that dates back to 1781.
Aspreys Bond Street

Boodle & Dunthorne, 179 Bond Street
2007
Eva Jiricna Architects
– Boodles is a British, jewellery company founded in 1798.
– flagship store
– Boodles has nine stores worldwide
Boodles Bond Street

Marcus Extraordinary Watches, Bond Street
1997
Eva Jiricna Architects
– “The most important collection of watches in the World”
– collections of vintage and antique timepieces
– store belongs to Marcus Margulies whose family company, Time Products, dates back to the early 1960’s when his father Alexander moved to England from Poland and established a business distributing inexpensive watches imported from the Soviet Union.
This company was named Sekonda and is now the UK’s best-selling watch brand.

Marcus Bond Street

Photos © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007

Bond Street shop exterior:
Bond Street shop

Aspreys, Bond Street: interior remodelling by Foster & Partners
Bond St shop

Marcus, Bond Street: Eva Jiricna Architects
Marcus Bond Street

Bond Street shops / buildings:
Bond Street shops Bond Street stores Bond St shops Bond St stores

Royal Arcade, Bond St:
Royal Arcade Royal Arcade

Mayfair shops

Joseph Store, Brook Street
Joseph Store Brook Street

Burlington Arcade
Burlington Arcade

Famous Mayfair shop, South Audley St
Famous Mayfair shop

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London Shops

Hermès London Store, Mayfair
DSDHA
Hermès London Store
photo : Andrew Meredith

Fortnum & Mason store
Jestico + Whiles
Fortnum & Mason store
picture from architect

Harrods Store, Knightsbridge
Harrods
photo © Adrian Welch

London Shops

One Hyde Park, Knightsbridge
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
One Hyde Park building
picture from architect

London Olympic Stadium
HOK Sport – Peter Cook
London Olympic Stadium
picture from architect

Bond Street shops London: building photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request: info(at)e-architect.co.uk

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