Fletcher Priest Architects' Knightsbridge Estate is a 340,000 square feet project that includes four levels of enhanced retail, new offices at Hooper’s Court, homes around a secluded courtyard garden, a light-filled rooftop restaurant with panoramic views across west London, and a new, step-free entrance to Knightsbridge Station, as well as extensive public realm improvements.
Ed Williams of Fletcher Priest Architects has succeeded in a sustainable reimagining of a landmark development, the refurbishment of the Warwick Court building in Paternoster Square, owned by Mitsubishi Estate London and redeveloped in partnership with Stanhope.
David Darling and Joshua Aidlin of Aidlin Darling Design and Roderick Wylie of Surfacedesign have undertaken the crucial task to transform a former Victorian house into a winery focusing on the personal wine-tasting experience while amplifying the beauty and symmetry of the building.
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