This stunning building weaves together a creative heritage and an iconic location on Regent Street. In recent times it has been given a new lease of life as a vibrant place to work and collaborate. Built in 1926, it is steeped in history with strong links to the world-famous Liberty department store it sits next to – originally created to serve the store and its staff. Embracing the original character and charm of the building, the parquet floor has been restored, along with the decorative cornicing and previously concealed skylights. Partnering with architects SODA, the building’s design is inspired by the patterns, colours and fabrics that characterise Liberty’s history. The result presents texture and colourful accents throughout the entire building. Alongside the spacious private offices and break-out spaces, the building also has a dedicated meeting room wing, The Liberty Rooms, which offers inspiring pre-bookable spaces where you and your team can connect.
The main entrance to the building is on Great Marlborough Street, adjacent to Liberty London on the corner of Kingly Street. The Liberty Rooms has a separate entrance on Foubert’s Place creating ease of access for visiting guests. Oxford Circus Station is also only a convenient two minute walk away.