76 Dean Street, London

76 Dean Street is a Grade II* listed building of 'special architectural and historic interest'. The property was built as a house in the 1730s and has undergone alterations, extensions and numerous changes in ownership. It has served a non-domestic function since the 1800s. On the 10th July 2009 a faulty air conditioning unit caused a massive fire which destroyed over 75% of the building. The project involved the restoration of 76 Dean Street together with the demolition of the Mews building to the rear and the construction of a three-storey building above a generous basement on the footprint of the mews. The building servces as a private members club for Soho House. 

Completed 2015.

Client
Soho Estates

Architect
Studio of Design & Architecture

Value
£8.5m

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