MSMR's associate director Kevin Savage attended the Regent House topping out ceremony last week. Hosted by the scheme's contractor, Osborne alongside developer Native Land and attended by the wider project teams. The stormy skies showed impending rain but it was definitely a celebration, with an engraved trowel given from contractor to developer to mark this key project milestone.
The construction at Regent House progressed well through 2019 and in January this year, Native Land launched the MSMR-designed residential element of the mixed-use scheme, 'Twenty Five, W1'.
Comprising 23 luxury apartments and two penthouses alongside residents' facilities, buyers can register interest online with Knight Frank. Responsible for the space planning and interior architecture of the residential element, MSMR's approach focusses on creating a contemporary and elegant design for the interior that complements the Stiff & Trevillion-designed, red-brick building and its Marylebone location.
Main image: Osborne's Chairman, Andrew Osborne speaks to the assembled team.
Below images: Native Land Director, Andrew Locke and Andrew Osborne cut the cake version of Regent House, a view along the top of the building and the tower crane, the engraved trowel, Andrew Locke and Andrew Osborne with the official gift, residential interiors of Twenty Five, W1.
Photos courtesy of Osborne. CGI images: Sanders Studio