MoreySmith

23 Savile Row

January 2009

Client:

D2 Private

Project:

Fortress House, Savile Row - Eric Parry new Build

Scope:

Interior architectural design of entrance, reception, toilets and atrium and design review of overall scheme

Our role:

Interior architectural, design lead designer for interior

Awards:

UK Commercial Property Awards 2009

Winner, Best Office Development Award, Interior Design Award and Architecture Award

“Our design for 23 Savile Row included enlarging the atrium by moving the staircase, increasing natural light to the atrium floor and bringing nature colour and texture into the heart of building.  The resulting space is one which has received wide acclaim and won three awards at the 2009 Commercial Property Awards including Best Office Development, The Interior Design Awards and the Architecture Award.”

Andrew McCann, Creative Director, MoreySmith

A review of the internal architecture of this new build by Eric Parry Architects, focussing on the entrance, atrium and common parts. The design included enlarging the atrium by moving the staircase; increasing natural light to the atrium floor. Artwork was incorporated and the interior has won three awards at the 2009 Commercial Property Awards.

The reception successfully draws on Savile Row’s history of fine tailoring. The celebrated tailor, Richard James was invited to create a bespoke installation; Homage to Savile Row resulted in a stunning hand-stitched panel stretching 5m through reception and taken from an archive of Richard James’ suit collections from the last ten years. 

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