15 King Street St James's
15 King Street is a refurbishment of a mixed-use building for The Crown Estate. Located in St James's, the building has been fully refurbished to provide 11,000ft2 of high quality office space
- 1 new building identity
- 11,000ft2 net internal floor area
- 7 floors of refined CAT A office space
- 105 linear black luminaires
- 10 anodised black metal portals
- 41 bronze letters
About 15 King Street
The building was originally designed by Ernest George William Souster and was built in 1922. It is an important part of the St James's conservation area and the local art community. It comprises of ground and basement retail with seven floors of office space.
One of the key drivers for the project was to improve the street presence of the building with new occupier welfare facilities in the basement. Reconfiguring the ground floor reception, the introduction of the contemporary glass door and palette of high quality materials reflecting St James’s, all increase the permeability and presence of the building entrance.