Ebury Square, Belgravia SW1

In the heart of Belgravia, one of London’s most distinguished village neighbourhoods, lies Ebury Square, a development of one to four bedroom private residences, promising new levels of both luxury and distinction. Using a 50mm Cotswold Buff facing, the subtle shades help soften the imposing lines of the contemporary development.

This prestigious residential project in Belgravia for Berkeley Homes replaces an existing 1950’s building to provide 71 luxury residences set around a traditional garden courtyard. The new building has been designed to a high standard of environmental efficiency, greatly improving on the existing building’s performance.

Two separate buildings were designed to respond to the context of the principal frontages on Ebury Street and Ebury Square. The five-storey building fronting onto Ebury Street is distinguished by contemporary brick elevations, whilst the seven storey building facing Ebury Square is clad in natural stone with bronze detailing.

The building forms, façade hierarchy, and materials have been carefully considered and chosen to be in keeping with the Belgravia Conservation area.

Squire and Partners approached Ebury Square with a unique perspective – partner Michael Squire’s design ethos was embedded in Belgravia from an early age as he was raised in nearby Chester Row.

Further information can be found at:

Berkeley Homes Ltd
Squire and Partners

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