Elsley House, Westminster, London


Date Built
Great Titchfield Street
This attractive art deco office building on Great Titchfield Street was, apparently, once associated with London's "Rag Trade".  Today it appears to be a rather nicely preserved office building with a central, fully glazed, stair tower.  To the right of the entrance for Elsley House is a vehicle access to Elsley Court, presumable an access point for vehicles when this might have been a garment factory.  In 2009 Burwell Deakings Architects designed a, "contemporary pavilion within the industrial setting of Elsley House's courtyard".  The £7.1m pavilion provided 7,000sq.m. of, "... light-filled, adaptable, workspace."

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