The W1

Dixon Jones-designed redevelopment scheme at the former BBC London building at 35 Marylebone High Street.

Working with Dixon Jones, we are delivering this mixed-use scheme which comprises 94,000 sqft of residential and retail floorspace over nine levels — including two levels of basement parking. The project replaces a 1960s office building and will retain and restore a 1930s facade.

Our team is currently working with Dixon Jones on 35 Marylebone High Street. The collaboration was formed in 2012 for this project which was initially owned and the design team instructed by Welbeck Land. Dixon Jones were instructed to prepare a planning application for the former BBC site at 35 Marylebone High Street.

Dixon Jones were responsible for the overall vision of the site which included a façade retention to Marylebone High Street to create 18 high quality residential apartments with 5 mews houses to the rear of the site.

We were responsible for the interior spatial planning and finishes. In 2014, after planning consent was granted, the site was sold to The Royalton Group and after some rigorous interviews, Royalton decided to stick with the original design team to carry out some amendments to the scheme to suit the new client’s needs. In 2015, we were novated to the contractor Walter Lilly and the project is now on site.



Client   Royalton
Architect   Dixon Jones
Contractor   Walter Lilly
Date   2012-
Sector   Residential
Size   94,000 sqft.

DA Team
Kate Moore
Thomas Bartram
Silvia Lopes
Bunmi Shekoni

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