The Aukett Fitzroy Robinson-designed refurbishment of 123 Victoria Street has completed
The Aukett Fitzroy Robinson-designed refurbishment of 123 Victoria Street, an icon of 70s design and the future home of Jimmy Choo’s new global headquarters, has completed.
The redevelopment, developed by Land Securities, revives the iconic modernism of the original 70s architecture, whilst bringing the building into the 21st Century.
The completion of 123 Victoria Street is the latest part of in Land Securities’ £2bn redevelopment around Victoria Street.
MoreySmith, the London-based architectural designers, led the refurbishment of the public areas; Mace was the main contractor; Rider Levett Bucknall was the QS and Clarke Nicholls Marcel was the structural engineer.
Colette O’Shea, head of development at Land Securities, said: “It’s our ambition to put Victoria on the map through our diverse pipeline of exciting new developments, and the completion of 123 Victoria Street is a vital phase in our vision for the area.
“The world-class designs by Aukett Fitzroy Robinson and MoreySmith prove the role that great design can have in transforming an area, and 123 Victoria Street is a shining example of how a new Victoria is already coming to life.”