A New Oasis Off London’s Oxford Street

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A New Oasis Off London’s Oxford Street By Make Architects as Architects

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A former Royal Mail sorting office site, just off London’s Oxford Street has been transformed into a high-quality mixed use development with a new publicly accessible garden, by Make Architects.

Designed as a sorting office in 1951, the site was formerly inaccessible to the public when it was bought by London developer Great Portland Estates plc (GPE). Now, two L-shaped blocks stepping from six to nine storeys surround a garden that takes up 20% of the GDA.

From the outset, Make worked with Publica to choreograph the routes and connections, and Gustafson Porter + Bowman to design the garden square.…

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Project details
Location LondonLondon, City ofUnited Kingdom
Program Type Housing
Year Build completed in the year 2017
Involve Companies
Architects Make Architects

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