Barr Gazetas - Award Winning London Architect

One Heddon Street Mayfair

One Heddon Street is the reimagining of a Grade II listed building, formerly the famous New Gallery Kinema, into The Crown Estate’s first flexible workplace.

In Numbers

  • 22,012ft2 net internal floor area
  • 6 trees
  • 1 external terrace
  • 6 rectangular brass fittings
  • 13 flexible booths
  • 265 plants
  • 40m2 living green wall

About One Heddon Street

Situated on the corner of London’s famous Heddon Street, this Grade II listed building has played host over the years to a meat market, tea rooms, restaurant and, famously, the New Gallery Kinema.

Our refurbishment of the building transforms it into The Crown Estate’s first flexible workplace, offering a creative and vibrant environment for flexible working in the heart of the West End.

One Heddon Street has been designed to foster creativity in an elegant and calm environment: a unique workplace with wellness at its heart. The development will be the world’s first WELL-accredited flexible office space, targeting Gold certification.

Emphasis has been placed on greenery and natural light, whilst bespoke furniture creates a comfortable and highly tailorable space for occupiers. The building also features a flexible event space for presentations, exhibitions and yoga classes, alongside bookable meeting rooms, reading booths, and screening rooms.

A range of working styles are catered for across the office floors, which are accessed either through a buzzing ground-floor café, or a dedicated members’ entrance. The café is open to the public, creating a vibrant hub with a mix of public and members of the co-working community.

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