25 Savile Row was awarded RIBA National Award

An exquisite Art Deco office refurbishment on London’s Savile Row

The office refurbishment at 25 Savile Row has been awarded a RIBA National Award! This project has now won 2 RIBA awards after winning the RIBA London Award in 2018.

Piercy & Company designed this Art Deco refurbishment to have a traditional yet sophisticated interior design that was sympathetic to the building’s historic past. The architects were consistently careful when selecting the materials, tones, textures and glazing for this project from brief through to completion. This level of care is clear to see in every aspect of the design.

Modern office staircase with glass walls

The RIBA National Awards are to celebrate and recognise stunning contributions to UK architecture. For 50 years the RIBA have been awarding architectural projects across the country which a broad range of categories to suit different budgets and project types.

Knight Harwood were the contractors for this project who worked closely with both the architect and IQ Projects to ensure a smooth-running project and to make sure each aspect of the project was installed beautifully.

This project saw the exploration of digital craft and artisan techniques which were celebrated by the architect. Design and fabrication workshops were held from the start of the project to build a beautiful collaboration between client, craftsman and architect.

The colour palette of the building was limited to oak, leather, travertine and steel which created a beautiful juxtaposition between the dark tones of the steel and warm tones of the fit out. The black, steel framed glazing was a nod to the heritage of Savile Row which IQ Projects designed and installed for an elegant finish.


Read more about Savile Row’s RIBA National Award here.




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Lucy is a member of the Marketing team at IQ Glass. She spends most her time working on the company's website and SEO strategy. She also enjoys dabbling in photography and putting together other creative content.

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