Fifty Grosvenor Hill

An environmentally sustainable office development in the heart of Mayfair

Located between Grosvenor Street and Berkeley Square, 50 Grosvenor Hill (Fifty) was one of the first commercial office developments of its type to gain a BREEAM 'Excellent' rating.

Sculpture by Neal French, commemorating 1960s photographer Terence Donovan

Public art

As part of the project we improved the public realm with new surfacing, trees and public art, created by Neal French, commemorating the iconic 1960s photographer Terence Donovan who had his studio in neighbouring Bourdon Street.

The contemporary design respects the variety of the surrounding buildings. We retained four fa├žades of historic and architectural interest. A solar-glazed elevation rises from the second floor, hinting at the state-of-the-art interior.

Alongside the development we improved the surrounding public realm with new surfacing, trees and public art commemorating the iconic 1960s photographer Terence Donovan whose studio was in neighbouring Bourdon Street.

Fifty's features

We incorporated environmental features throughout the scheme. An innovative heating and cooling system uses the ground temperature to heat and cool water in a closed loop system. We chose energy efficient appliances, including low flow water taps. We selected used-bricks to match those retained, making efficient use of materials and helping to retain the character of the townscape.

Fifty Grosvenor Hill

Contact

Haydn Cooper

Key details

PRINCIPLE OCCUPIER
Grosvenor Britain & Ireland

TYPE OF PROJECT
Development

YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION
2012

Floor space

OFFICE AREA
1,935 sq m

TOTAL AREA
1,935 sq m

 

Sector

Office

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