Chesham House, Regent Street, London

Chesham House is on the east side of Regent Street. The original building was built in the 1920s and was used for retail and office space. The Crown Estates studied various schemes for refurbishing the building but decided the best option was to rebuild the bulk of the building whilst retaining the façade. The new building has a steel frame with Holorib flooring and Fabsec beams. The basement depth was increased to improve retail headroom. The foundations have been carefully designed to incorporate the original footings of the retained façade.

Completed 2007.

Client
Crown Estate/CORE LLP

Architect
Squire & Partners

Value
£23m

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