04. Building

Period architecture enveloping
modern interiors

An iconic building with innovative inner construction and sleek interiors.


Entering through the historic façade

UK House boasts an ornate period façade in the style of Hampton Court Palace. The architect, R. Frank Atkinson succeeded in creating a neo-baroque frontage, designed to dominate the eastern side of Oxford Street. It was, however, only the aesthetic features that at the time were historical. UK House was one of the first steel framed buildings in London and allowed for the construction of vast well-lit floor plates. Today, it is home to prime retail space with six floors of office space above.

Daily business
in a modern environment

When entering the office accommodations from the Great Titchfield Street pedestrian zone, it all starts with a glazed entrance that leads towards a modern reception area. This bespoke space sets the contemporary tone for the communal areas and individual offices throughout the building. In a similar standard, the retail spaces boast ample glass frontage and modern interior layouts with detailing that enhance the shopping experience. Welcome to this truly modern environment.

Contemporary lightwells providing
superb natural light

The internal architecture has been redefined to give UK House’s tenants a most contemporary experience. There are two internal lightwells that provide abundant natural light to the offices. This makes for an exceptional design that is not only interesting in form but also advantageous in function.

Current tenants

  • LVMH (Christian Dior)
  • Wilful
  • Essence Digital
  • Handle Recruitment
  • Countrywide
  • Getty Images
  • Everis Consultancy
  • Lambert Smith Hampton
  • NTT Data Services
  • Schibsted
  • H&M
  • Uniqlo
  • Pret A Manger
  • Crussh
  • Ethos Food
  • Coffee Works Project
UK House corridor

Sleek interior design throughout

UK House modern office
UK House modern lobby