This is Park House

Park House
Park House
Client
Landsec
Location
London, W1
Status
Complete
Project value
£140 Million
Size
500,500 sq.ft. GEA

Park House presented a rare opportunity to redevelop an entire 1.04-acre city block on the edge of Mayfair.

  • The innovative design accommodates the different uses whilst allowing a strong individual sense of identity.

    Prime retail space is provided at basement, ground and first floor levels fronting onto Oxford Street, with the building above split into two parts, comprising seven floors of office space and 39 private residential apartments. The building also takes advantage of ground water cooling. 

    Park House incorporates artwork from Walter Bailey and Carpenter Lowings within the fabric of the building.

     

Client
Landsec
Location
London, W1
Status
Complete
Project value
£140 Million
Size
500,500 sq.ft. GEA
    The stunning apartments are finished with a palette of darker materials to contrast with the contemporary facade and large expanses of glazing.
    North facing balconies on level 5 give residents spectacular views over the West End of London.
    The scale of Park House presented a fantastic opportunity to explore the integration of public art on a significant scale.”
    The art pieces reinforce the identity of the building as a whole with themes that run throughout the fabric of the building, including works by Walter Bailey and Carpenter Lowings.

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    The art pieces reinforce the identity of the building as a whole with themes that run throughout the fabric of the building, including works by Walter Bailey and Carpenter Lowings.

      The dramatic glass Lens by Carpenter Lowings