334 Oxford Street
334 Oxford Street, the former Debenhams department store building in London W1.
The new highly sustainable building designed by AHMM proposes to extend the building and create modern retail, leisure and flexible office spaces.
The plans see the reprovision of three floors of retail, the reuse of the existing building’s structure, the introduction of new facades, and three additional storeys for flexible Grade A office space at upper levels with terraces.
Debenhams department store on this site was permanently closed in January 2021.
Public consultation for the site was launched in May 2021. The plans were approved by Westminster City Council in September 2021.
The 362,921 sq ft building was reconstructed in 2014 using an innovative over-cladding system designed by world-renowned artist and sculptor Ned Kahn in conjunction with Archial Architects creating a captivating interactive façade in keeping with the site's prominent location next to the upgraded Bond Street underground and Crossrail station.
Site & Location
The site is located near Bond Street Underground Station in London's core West End shopping district. Bounded by Oxford Street, Vere Street, Henrietta Place and Marylebone Lane
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