Jimmy Choo Store, New Bond Street

Client: Newman Scott Ltd

Contract: External Restoration      |       Status: Principal Contractor           Value: £250,000     

Quadriga were approached by Jimmy Choo’s brand director to remove the 1980s façade and restore the original terracotta shopfront. When we removed areas of the facade, we could see that the original terracotta had been hammered off.

Working from old photographs and what detail remained of the original façade we were able to recreate what had been there previously using our in house terracotta designer.
The finished façade complete with curved glass and brass frames ensures that the store is once again a beacon of architecture of one of London’s most prestigious streets.

Works included:

  • Full site survey
  • Production of full detail design drawings for the manufacture and installation of the new frontage
  • Repair of damaged terracotta—approx. 39 units
  • Replacement of terracotta which had been hammered off—approx. 99 units
  • Installation of laser cut curved glass

 

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  • A team of multi-skilled specialists
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  • A team of multi-skilled specialists
  • Experienced historic building restorers
    Dedicated to innovation