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3 Feb 2020
QS Office Headquarters
Design: Alexander Martin Architects
photograph : Simone Bossi
QS Office Headquarters
AMA transformed a pair of Grade II listed Georgian townhouses located in Mayfair to function as a private family office.
13 Feb 2018
11 Hanover Square
Design: Campbell Architects
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11 Hanover Square Building
Located in the heart of Mayfair, 11 Hanover Square is perfectly situated to access world-class amenities. The building takes pride of place with its Grade A contemporary office accommodation and high-quality reception.
22 + 21 Apr 2016 – new photos loaded
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Park House, 453-497 Oxford Street, London W1C 1LF
Date built: 2012
Design: Hamiltons, Robin Partington Architects
The mixed-use building is notable due to the dramatic curves of the glass exterior. It also showcases an entirely new approach to commissioned art, by incorporating it within the fabric of the building itself.
There are eight floors of office space with only six internal columns, creating City-standard spaces, including two spectacular upper floors beneath the double-height curved glass roof. Eleven retail units feature shop fronts twice the average height for the area.
The residential apartments have their own entrance on North Row.
Time and Life Building, 1951-3 by Michael Rosenauer, was the European headquarters of the American corporation Time Life International, turning the corner on New Bond Street and Bruton Street, with the main entrance being on Bruton Street:
50 New Bond Street building:
50 New Bond Street
45 Park Lane in Mayfair
Design: The Office of Thierry W. Despont / Paul Davis + Partners
27 Nov 2013
New Gagosian Gallery in Mayfair
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Gagosian Gallery Mayfair
Westminster City Council has granted planning consent for the recladding and remodelling of 20 Grosvenor Hill. The building is owned by Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor), which was assisted with its planning application by architects TateHindle. The ground and first floor will become a new Gagosian Gallery.
16 Sep 2013
Design: Squire and Partners, Architects
photo : Gareth Gardner
The contemporary interpretation of leaves are crafted as a metallic shingle, which cover a three storey elevation and rooftop pavilion. The PPC coated folded aluminium leaves – 4,080 in total – subtly vary in tones of bronze to mimic organic growth patterns. The concept was designed over a three year period of research and development working closely with Swiss manufacturer Tuchschmid.
14 St George Street and 50 New Bond Street, London W1S, UK
Eric Parry Architects
photo : Tim Soar
14 St George Street and 50 New Bond Street – 30 Jun 2012
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.
45 Park Lane Hotel
The Office of Thierry W. Despont / Paul Davis + Partners
photo : Adam Parker
45 Park Lane Mayfair – 20 Jun 2012
The Dorchester Collection’s 45 Park Lane hotel in Mayfair has opened following the conversion and extension of the former Playboy Club, designed by New York practice The Office of Thierry W. Despont, working with London architects Paul Davis + Partners. The designer and architect have transformed the building exterior.
Richard Green Gallery, 32-33 New Bond St, Mayfair, west London
George Saumarez Smith of Adam Architecture
picture : Morley von Sternberg
Richard Green Gallery London – 13 Feb 2012
The first new, purpose built art gallery to be constructed on Bond Street since the early 20th Century has just been completed. The Richard Green gallery at 33 New Bond Street was designed by George Saumarez Smith, director at ADAM Architecture. The 591.4 sqm five storey building includes a gallery, board room, office, library and storage space.
Mayfair Photos © Adrian Welch, Jun 2007
American Embassy, Grosvenor Square
American Embassy Building
Location: Bourdon Street, Mayfair, West London, England, UK
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Fortress House, 23 Saville Row, Mayfair, West End
William Curtis Green
possibly to be redeveloped by Jean Nouvel
Sotheby’s Extension – Proposal, New Bond Street
Paul Davis & Partners
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