This seven-storey landmark building includes high-quality workspace above prime retail.
Art is integrated into the fabric of the building using a bespoke glazed ceramic tile on the main elevations, a collaboration with renowned ceramic artist Kate Malone.
REACTING TO DAYLIGHT
The crystalline glazes on the tile are three-dimensional and come in four varying textures: three white and one black with blue crystals. The tiles reflect and refract daylight, capturing differing moods and subtly changing the appearance and tone of the building, depending on the weather and time of day.
The Mayfair Conservation Area’s natural grain is reflected by the preservation of the historic plot widths that were created in the 1960s, when Savile Row was extended to meet Conduit Street.
Contemporary sustainability features resulted in a BREEAM Excellent rating.