23 Savile Row is a new office building designed by Eric Parry Architects in Mayfair London, United Kingdom. It is an elegant and timeless building stitched into the historic fabric of Savile Row.
The depth of the taught façade allows full height windows to the deep office plan, whilst articulating the exterior with strong shadows. The dark base of Indian granite on a larger 6m bay supports four Portland stone storeys with two recessed office storeys above with aluminium piers and lintels. The architectural language of Savile Row has been reinforced by utilising traditional UK sourced materials and construction techniques to produce a building of quality and permanence.
The building successfully brings together architecture, art and everyday life. Its formal quality, carefully conceived proportions, and unusual scale have attracted those willing to pay a premium for good design, bringing as it does highly flexible and generous floor space. Most recently Hauser and Wirth have opened two art gallery spaces adding an extraordinary dimension to London’s West End galleries.