Fletcher Priest Architects: A Breath of Fresh Air Into London’s Heart
Looking for the prettiest of places to get a look at? Look no more!
Around London and don’t know what to visit? We have the answer to your problems. From the Eastbourne Terrace to New Ludgate we took care of the buildings you’ll want on your Instagram feed. With incredible architecture, Fletcher Priest Architects make any landscape be the welcoming picture wherever they put their minds to it.
The award-winning practice that stands itself for being cosmopolitan. With works all over the world, the practice stands out in the areas of urban design, architectural, interior, graphic design and research projects. With a rich portfolio, the practice has worked all around the world with special attention in the UK.
With works spread out across all UK, the London and South East are the main areas with major projects. With a stunning design, we first bring you the beauty of New Ludgate. One of the many projects of the practice, this stunning building has captured our eyes with its captivating facade. Nestled in a historic place, the New Ludgate brings a breath of fresh air and a harmonious yet modern style to the economic centre.
Blending perfectly into the landscape of the city we couldn’t help but fall in love with the interiors as well! A combination of “two streams of the practice’s work: strategic urban master planning and creating high-quality sustainable workplaces. With roof gardens landscaped by Gustafson Porter and numerous terraces and balconies, most floors have access to outdoor space and enjoy quintessentially London views.”.
Next stop: Dixon House. The Dixon house is that magical place where only good things can come of it. Once you put your eyes in this stunning building you can’t help but think that fairytales can really become true. And once you step into the building, it only gets better! Located within the Lloyd’s Avenue conservation area in the City of London, Fletcher Priest architects made sure to blend the building’s history with its interiors.
Sculptural, stunning and definitely a photo worthy building, Fletcher Priest Architects has “recurring motifs and details found on the historic façade have been incorporated into the detailing of our design for the newly designed reception area, providing a modern finish whilst reflecting the building’s history and listed status.”
Third Stop: Renzo Piano’s Central St Giles. What captured our hearts in this project were for sure its captivating colours. The link between Bloomsbury and Covent Garden, this development has all the ingredients we were looking for! A new destination integrated into the subtle area, the luxury apartments blend perfectly with the location while being affordable!
Unique on its own, each facet of the building is different in height, orientation and colour prioritizing the natural light of each. Carefully chosen materials, the buildings blend perfectly with its surroundings, combining originality with an urban environment.
With inspirations from around the world, Flecther Priest Architects also have projects in Brazil, the Baltic and Germany. Among others, the practice has published a new practice book! The fourth books in a series that shows a collection of projects among others!