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Could London's iconic Welbeck Street car park be saved?

Architect JAA unveils plan to save Brutalist car park’s façade

Mark Moran
10 November 2017
JAA thinks the car park`s concrete façade can be retained as part of a hotel development
JAA thinks the car park`s concrete façade can be retained as part of a hotel development

 

An architecture practice has come up with a way of saving the iconic 1970s Welbeck Street car park in London from demolition. Designed by Michael Blampied and Partners, the Welbeck Street Car Park was originally built for department store chain Debenhams. The diamond-pattern of the concrete façade is seen as a masterpiece of Brutalist architecture.

During the summer, Westminster City Council approved the demolition of the car park to make way for a 206-room hotel for Shiva which has been...

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