Regent St London, West End Buildings Photos, Retail Designs, Property, Shop Images, Architects
Regent Street London : Architecture
Key Properties on Famous London Thoroughfare, England, UK: Retail Buildings & Offices
21 Apr 2016 – new photos loaded
Regent Street Buildings
Architecture photos © Adrian Welch / Isabelle Lomholt
More architecture information + photos are very welcome.
13 Sep 2016
Regent Street Shop Window
Design: KSR Architects
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Regent Street Shop Window Design
KSR Architects has collaborated with the premium LA denim brand, 7 For All Mankind to create a shop window display.
Location: West London, England, UK
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Developments in areas around Regent St
Quadrant 1 London by Allies and Morrison
photo © Adrian Welch
photo © Adrian Welch
Regent Street Hotel by David Chipperfield Architects
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This famous London street is one of the major shopping streets in the West End of London. It is well known to tourists and locals alike and famous for its Christmas illuminations. The street is named after the Prince Regent (later George IV) and is commonly associated with the British architect John Nash, whose street layout survives. All of his original buildings have since been replaced except All Souls Church (adjacent to the BBC offices).
The street was completed in 1825 and was an early example of town planning in England, cutting through the 17th and 18th century street pattern through which it passes. It runs from the Regent’s residence at Carlton House in St James’s at the southern end, through Piccadilly Circus and Oxford Circus, to All Souls Church. From there Langham Place and Portland Place continue the route to Regent’s Park.
Although none of the original 1825 Nash buildings (save for the church) remain (the Regency buildings were all demolished between 1897 and 1925) every building on the street is protected as a listed building with at least Grade II status, and together they form the conservation area.
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Website: Regent Street London