The redevelopment of Fortress House, formerly the home of English Heritage.
Carefully selected materials have created a classical and refined building, against which a striking suspended sculpture by renowned New York artist Joel Shapiro is set. The site is a high profile one, surrounded by prominent neighbours and attracting a large amount of public interest. Close liaison with Westminster planners ensured the development met their requirements, whilst our effective consultation with neighbouring landowners resolved any concerns.
23 Savile Row offers a typical working floorplate of 16,500 sq ft and provides large, open plan space not readily available in the West End. Research was undertaken to determine the optimal floorplate for the building, providing a new and exciting product for this area.