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Nightingale House


London, UK



Gross Floor Area m²




Pilbrow & Partners secured planning consent for a residentially led mixed-use scheme at the heart of the Mayfair Conservation Area.

An existing low-quality late 1980s office building, that detracts from the overall quality of the Mayfair Conservation area, is replaced by a high-quality apartment building and a new pedestrian connection between Stratton and Curzon Streets, restoring a public route that had been blocked in the 18th Century.

The project re-establishes permeability across the site with an arcade on the most direct route between Green Park and Bond Street Underground Stations. Proposed external elevations are also in-keeping with the traditional tripartite order characteristic of the area: retail/restaurant at ground level; residential space on floors one to six and a finally top two floors set back from the street front to establish an attic termination of the façade. The apartments making up much of floors one to six are generously sized in relation to the Mayor’s Area Standards and are made up of well-proportioned rooms, flooded by soft natural light.

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