This transformative mixed-use development in London’s prestigious Marylebone village is not just another building; it’s a thoughtfully crafted response to its unique context, blending contemporary design with nods to the area’s rich history.
The architects, E8 Architecture, masterfully navigated the challenge of integrating a new structure into a historically sensitive neighborhood. The nine-story building seamlessly blends a restored Georgian façade with a modern glass and metal design, creating a dialogue between past and present. This approach sets the stage for the unexpected: a hidden oasis within the building’s core.
Step beyond the imposing exterior and discover a tranquil, light-filled courtyard, a true feat of engineering ingenuity. Bridges lead to residences, blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living. This hidden sanctuary provides residents with a much-needed escape from the urban bustle, promoting well-being and a connection to nature.
Marylebone Square is not just aesthetically pleasing; it’s also designed with sustainability in mind. Targeting BREEAM Excellent and Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4, the building incorporates energy-efficient technologies and materials, setting a new standard for responsible development in London.