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Designed by Robin Partington Architects (RPA) and with integrated wooden sculptures by Walter Bailey, Park House is a 21st century Mayfair landmark.

Nine storeys high, 145 metres long, and occupying an entire city block on the south side of Oxford Street, the sleek and dramatically curving exterior of Park House gently rises above the surrounding area.

At its western end, seven floors of uncompromised office space with large, clear floor plates of 28,000 sq ft sit behind its dramatic double-height porte-cochère entrance on Park Street. Lining it's northern façade, striking double-height retail units provide flagship stores for international brands opposite the world-renowned Selfridges. The building is completed by 39 premium residential apartments, with their own entrance on North Row.

A mixed-use buildingPARK HOUSE

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Park House comprises nine retail units totaling 92,000 sq ft. Situated opposite Selfridges, voted the best department store in the world, the double height frontages with floor to ceiling windows attract shoppers from Oxford Street’s 200 million annual visitors.

porte-cochèreA GRAND ENTRANCE

Stunning art installations highlight the entrance to the grand double-height porte-cochère, a rare luxury for central London offices.

The Glass Lens, created by celebrated architecture and design team Carpenter Lowings, provides a dynamic shape that defines the circulation of the entrance and exit of the building, lending privacy to the main entry and providing a sense of tranquillity separating the entrance area from the flow of the street.

During the hours of darkness, ‘Glass Lens’ is lit from within to project a shimmering filigree of light, with back-lit coloured patterns that reflect and play throughout the artwork.


Central to the design of Park House is the holistic concept of social, economic and environmental balance, supporting the use of low-impact materials, resources and energy. True to this vision, the building effortlessly exceeds government guidance in respect to sustainability.

The Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM) sets world standards for best practice in sustainable design. Park House achieved a strong environmental performance, with a very good BREEAM rating.

Park House uses a building fabric designed to minimise solar heat gain and loss. High performance glazing is specified throughout the building, together with high thermal performance within its construction to minimise air leakage. All timber is from sustainable sources (FSC or PEFC certified).


Imposing oak sculptures by world-renowned sculptor Walter Bailey not only frame the grand entrance, but also provide a dramatic focal point within the office lobby.

The sculptural work is organic and sinuous, which contrasts with and enhances the engineered structure of the building.

"The brief for Park House was irresistible. I was asked to bring ‘some soul into the building’. I wanted to emphasise Park House’s translucent quality, but ground it in earthy materials. I wanted to create bold gestures and introduce a sense of freedom. It is a big, linear structure, so the wood and the glass had to invest it with an organic fluidity.”

Walter Bailey

THE AREAThe ideal location

Thanks to its optimal central London location, there are a multitude of cultural and leisure attractions, fitness and entertainment options right on your doorstep.

You can explore 350 acres of nearby Hyde Park, home to many famous landmarks including the Serpentine Lake and Speakers’ Corner, plus you can enjoy some of London’s largest art and music festivals during the summer months. The park offers a fantastic range of outdoor activities, including open water swimming, boating, cycling, tennis,
running and horse riding.