19 Photos - Sep 24, 2012
Photo: The original plasterwork has been protected and restored to create beautiful interior featuresPhoto: Specialist areas celebrate every facet of the brandPhoto: Inspired by 17th century architecture, the self supporting stone staircases seamlessly link all floors of the buildingPhoto: Inspired by 17th century architecture, the self supporting stone staircases seamlessly link all floors of the buildingPhoto: A limited edition collection of trench coats and accessories is available exclusively at 121 Regent StreetPhoto: The space features British-made bespoke furniture, floors and plasterworkPhoto: State of the art technology is innovatively woven throughout the architecture of the buildingPhoto: The space features British-made bespoke furniture, floors and plasterworkPhoto: Dedicated tailoring room for personal appointments and fittingsPhoto: Originally built in 1820 for the Prince Regent, the space has housed a livery stable, art gallery, cinema and radio broadcaster and gentleman’s outfittersPhoto: Inspired by the original listed theatre ticket stalls - facade frames, signage plaques & door handles are all sand cast from bronzePhoto: Inspired by the original listed theatre ticket stalls, the facade frames, signage plaques and door handles are all sand cast from bronzePhoto: State of the art technology is innovatively woven throughout the architecture of the buildingPhoto: Following the launch of Burberry Bespoke online in 2011, Burberry 121 Regent Street brings the digital experience into a physical space for the first timePhoto: In restoring the space, Christopher Bailey worked in partnership with the best of British craftsmen including master carpenters, stonemasons and metal workersPhoto: Iconic trench coats from the Burberry archive are exhibited in the Digital Gallery spacePhoto: The space features British-made bespoke lanterns, furniture and floorsPhoto: Specialist areas celebrate every facet of the brandPhoto: Iconic trench coats from the Burberry archive are exhibited in the Digital Gallery space