Elsley House, Great Titchfield Street, London W1


Large bespoke steel planter / benches, plus a selection of planters, were commissioned for the refurbishment of the Art Deco Elsley House building in the heart of Fitzrovia, London W1.

The largest planter / benches, shown in the Image Gallery, were L 4260 x W 2050 x H 750mm, in oval form; and included substantial sections of timber benching, inset into the planter perimeters. The design also included provision for LED under lighting, and its associated electrical service connection. The planter / benches are located within a courtyard, open to the sky, at the central heart of the building.  

In addition to the planter / benches for the central courtyard, 12nr. steel planters [in IOTA’s standard, multi-section design] were supplied to roof terraces at the upper levels of the building.

IOTA’s planters and planter / benches were commissioned by principal contractors Faithdean PLC, on the basis of Design, Manufacture, Supply and Installation.

Elsley House is an elegant Art Deco building constructed in the 1930s for the garment industry. Significantly refurbished by Great Portland Estates, it now provides 66,900 sq ft of bright contemporary office accommodation over lower ground, ground and five upper levels. The property is notable for its attractive glass pavilion entrance, within a courtyard setting.

Sector Commercial
Sub-sector Offices & mixed-use developments
Services provided Design Manufacture Supply Installation
Year completed 2019
Contractor / Client Faithdean PLC / Great Portland Estates
Consultant Burwell Deakins

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