TateHindle Architects

Regeneration in St James’s | TateHindle completes £19m mixed-use scheme

TateHindle’s recently completed project St James’s and Bury Street has been featured as a ‘First Look’ in the Architects’ Journal.

The article highlights how rebuilding behind the retained façades enabled the practice to reconfigure the plan, core and form of the two buildings to maximise floor space and natural light, creating carefully detailed spaces for working and living. Founding Director James Hindle explained how the architectural heritage of the St James’s Conservation Area informed TateHindle’s approach “With centuries old buildings and the Smithsons’ Economist towers a stone’s throw away, we’ve conserved, restored and retained alongside building anew. Working with our client, the Crown Estate, quality, heritage and craft was of upmost importance; this mixed-use scheme follows on from its redevelopment of St James’s Market and the continuing regeneration of St James’s.”

Read the article here.