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Clare Hudson
Clare Hudson
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  • 24th May 2011

The Regent Street Shop Windows Project


From now until 29 May, Regent Street, London will be welcoming some of Britain’s top architects who will be exhibiting installations in a selection of 10 Regent Street shop windows.

The Regent Street Windows Project includes iconic architects such as Marks Barfield who was part of the design process behind the London Eye, Shoreditch based architects HUT and Menswear brand Duchamp.

The full list of architects taking part in the Regent Street Windows Project 2011 are:

1. HUT with Aquascutum

2. Glowacka Rennie Architects and Millimetre with Hoss Intropia .

3. OSA (Office for Subversive Architecture) with Ted Baker London

4. Craft Pegg with the National Geographic Store

5. DSDHA/Diploma Unit 11 at London Metropolitan University with Banana Republic

6. Honey with Duchamp

7. Duggan Morris Architects with Ferrari

8. Marks Barfield Architects with Gant

9. Scott Brownrigg with Uniqlo

10.Ian McChesney with Levis


Regent Street is located in the heart of London’s West End and has over Seventy Five UK and International flagship stores. It is London’s ultimate shopping and lifestyle destination and Europe’s first purpose built shopping street. Regent Street is owned by The Crown Estate which is currently investing one billion pounds into the street, creating an international retail destination and premier business address.

The Regent Street Windows Project is an initiative of the RIBA and the Regent Street Association.

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Click here to view office space on Regent Street

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