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Two contrasting buildings from very different periods have been combined into one office building. The period Georgian building is accessed from Stratford Place, a cul-de-sac directly opposite Bond Street tube. It links through to a more modern office building constructed in the 1970s which fronts on to Marylebone Lane. Architects Wells Mackereth have had the challenge of combining the two styles and creating design-led space.The Bond Street area is best known for its shopping and you can certainly while away hours in the flagships of Ralph Lauren and Cartier. It has also long been a centre for top-end art dealers. The Fine Art Society is a particularly lovely gallery, described by Walter Sickert as “the best shop in London”, and further down is Cork Street, which hangs onto its reputation as London’s pre-eminent art street. The "Allies" statue on Bond Street features Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt while Grosvenor Square, along with near-neighbour Berkeley Square, is one of the two great Mayfair Squares and a place that offers the chance to reflect.
Architects: Wells Mackereth