New London Architecture

St Mark's

Built

The restoration and reuse of Grade I listed St Mark's, Mayfair, has enhanced the significance of its Regency exterior and plan form through conservation, and extended its life as a public space.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Shortlisted in the CONSERVING category 
St. Marks North Audley Street closed to the general public in 1974 when it was deconsecrated. The recent restoration and repurposing of this Grade I listed 19th Century building has reasserted its extraordinary Regency facade on the street. The meticulous conservation has opened up its colourful Romanesque Victorian interior, for a new purpose as community space and food market. Once a decaying abandoned church, the building is now financially viable and acts as an urban focus, contributing both to the heritage and the socio-economic wellbeing of North Audley Street.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Westminster

Estimated completion

November 2019


Location

11 N Audley St, Mayfair, London W1K 6ZB, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Donald Insall Associates

Contractor

Grangewood

Heritage Consultant

Donald Insall Associates

Planning Consultant

Gerald Eve

Structural Engineer

Hurst Pierce + Malcolm LLP

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

Edward Pearce LLP

Approved Inspector

Approved Inspector Services Ltd


Last updated on

16/09/2020


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