Fitzrovia London, Architecture – Buildings, Developments

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Fitzrovia Buildings

Key Architecture Developments north of Oxford Street, London, England, UK

15 Mar 2012

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Fitzrovia Apartments
HOK
Fitzrovia Apartment Building
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Fitzrovia Apartments
The second and final phase of 50 Bolsover Street is being topped out this week. Fitzrovia Apartments has been designed by architects HOK, with John Sisk & Son as the building contractors. The project is a joint venture between Ridgeford Properties and Manhattan Loft Corporation.

Phase two of the development includes 60 individually designed private and social housing apartments and offices within a retained, Grade II listed historic hall.

Fitzrovia Buildings

Indian YMCA building
Indian YMCA building
photo © Adrian Welch

Telecom Tower, Holland St
1961
Chief Architects: Eric Bedford & G. R. Yeats
Telecom Tower
photo © Adrian Welch

BT Tower London

Heals – store, Tottenham Court Road
Heals store
photo © Adrian Welch

Fitzroy Square
Fitzroy Square
photo © Adrian Welch

Ariel House
Ariel House Ariel House London
images © Nick Weall

Project Abbey – Former Middlesex Hospital project, Fitzrovia, London W1
2007-; postponed 2008
Architect: Make
Project Abbey image
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Fitzrovia building : Project Abbey

Banksy mural, Newman Street
Banksy mural
photo © Adrian Welch


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Fitzrovia is a neighbourhood in central London, near London’s West End lying partly in the London Borough of Camden (in the east) and partly in the City of Westminster (in the west); and situated between Marylebone and Bloomsbury and north of Soho. It is characterised by its mixed-use of residential, business, retail, education and healthcare, with no single activity dominating. The historically bohemian area was once home to such writers as Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and Arthur Rimbaud.

Although often described as upmarket and home to some celebrities, like much of inner London, Fitzrovia has wide disparities of wealth and contains a mix of affluent property owners as well as many private, council and housing association tenants. The neighbourhood is classified as above-averagely deprived.
Source: wikipedia

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Fitzrovia building photographs taken with Panasonic DMC-FX01 lumix camera; Leica lense: 2816×2112 pixels – original photos available upon request

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