Doughty Hanson and Terrace Hill announce launched a new landmark building at 1-5 Howick Place.. The flagship development sits at the heart of Victoria’s new ‘cultural quarter’ and is an important part of the area’s £2 billion renaissance.
Howick Place is beginning to gain recognition as a sought-after destination among a community of stylish tenants. It has already attracted international auction house Phillips de Pury, the design studio of Marc Newson and HQ’s of luxury brands Tom Ford and Jimmy Choo – with Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Moët Hennessy and Richemont a stone’s throw away.
An exhibition showcasing the ‘office of the future’ was recently held at Howick Place in Victoria, in collaboration with international design magazine Wallpaper*. The exhibition, at striking new office space Howick Place, rethinks the modern workplace - presenting a radical new vision of how and where we should spend our working lives.
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