Having been labelled as the 3rd most expensive shopping street in the world, New Bond Street in Mayfair, London is undergoing a complete transformation, as part of The Hanover Square Masterplan.
With such extensive works underway and working to the highest specifications and expectations, Mumford & Wood were brought on board by heritage architects, Caroe & Partners as part of the development.
Across every aspect of this development, there has been a focus on the use of materials that embody quality and longevity. Mumford & Wood were tasked with designing windows that were sympathetic to the originals they were replacing, while also meeting the high-performance requirements set out by the architects, backed by comprehensive warranties and third-party certifications.
From 71 New Bond Street, round to 14 Brook Street, beautiful new sash windows and casement windows from the Mumford & Wood range were specified across a number of buildings.
The architecture found in New Bond Street and Brook Street varies from building to building and as such, the new windows specified needed to be in keeping with the individual style of each structure. A variety of glazing bar formations, arched sash windows and on 64 New Bond Street, our bespoke curved on plan sash windows were specified.
With beautiful stone carved designs and statues featuring on a number of facades along the street, these sympathetically designed windows are perfectly in keeping with the heritage of the street.
Works are still ongoing and are progressing well. Once complete, this will provide a significant boost to the Retail and Tourism sectors, and offer many businesses a new opportunity to operate in such a sought-after location in the West End.