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Harlequin Court

Covent Garden, London, 2003
A refurbishment of four period buildings, consisting of 41 one, two and three-bedroom flats built around a glazed circular light court and commercial space at street level.
Located just to the south of Covent Garden's celebrated Piazza and to the north of The Strand, Harlequin Court is bounded by Tavistock Street, Burleigh Street and Exeter Street. Originally comprising four buildings, each with its own individual style, Harlequin Court combines the inherent quality of fine period architecture with breathtaking modern design which contributes to the cachet of the Covent Garden Conservation Area. Rising to seven floors, the exterior of Harlequin Court blends Victorian and Edwardian elevations with 1930s architecture and an ultra modern glazed facade allowing daylight to penetrate to the core of the building. From Tavistock Street a glass wall offers visual and physical access to the interior space of Harlequin Court. Here a concierge and reception area leads through to a light filled arena that illuminates a Japanese-style garden. Lifts rise from the basement radiating around the central light court to each floor. As it ascends, the glass-panelled lift overlooks the garden below.

Details

  • Size: 4,800m2
  • Value: 19,000,000
  • Client: Artesian Property Developments

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