Buckingham Green Residential Interiors / Fletcher Priest Architects / london + köln + riga | fletcherpriest
Buckingham Green Residential Interiors  London + Oriental

Buckingham Green is a mixed use office, residential and retail estate at the edge of St James’s, close to Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Our design completely refurbishes a 1970s Mies van der Rohe-inspired tower, increasing the quantity and quality of the original apartments. To create a holistic development, our interiors and architectural teams worked together closely with each discipline informing the other.

All the apartments benefit from spectacular far-reaching views, which can be enjoyed from bespoke window benches helping to bring the outside to the interior whilst providing useful storage space. The site is orientated north-south, which means that all elevations receive sunlight at some point during the day.

Designed with the widespread use of glass, the flat layouts create continuous flowing spaces using disappearing doors which flood the rooms with natural light. The space is defined by elegant linear shapes exemplified by high quality materials.

As part of our redevelopment of the whole site, the apartments will be accessed from Buckingham Gate entered through a new double height reception lined with Statuario marble, manned 24 hours a day by a concierge via dedicated lifts.

With four floors of offices on the lower floors, the tower will house 64 luxury rental apartments above, with a mix of one, two, three and four bedrooms. The new façade will have high-performance, dark bronze-cased windows and will be 80 per cent more energy efficient when complete.