In 2004, the practice completed the multi award-winning phased refurbishment of the John Lewis Partnership's flagship department store, Peter Jones. This world renowned store, located on Sloane Square and consisting principally of its distinctive landmark Grade II* listed Modernist elements, has been sensitively altered with volumetric new interiors and extensions as well as improved building services and operational facilities, without sacrificing its much-loved, distinctive form. The project was completed in three phases between 2002 and 2004, retaining operational continuity throughout the works.
Winner, Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea 2004, Special Award
John Lewis Partnership
John McAslan + Partners, Architect
John Lewis Partnership Building Group with Bamber and Reddan, Executive Architect
Hurst Peirce Malcolm, Structural Engineer
Troup Bywaters & Anders, MEP Engineer
Davis Langdon & Everest, Cost Consultant
FPD Savills, Planning Consultant
Bovis, Management Contractor
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