Tranquil and secluded, yet set in the heart of the city, Barts Square wears its central London location lightly. Inspired by the vernacular of the area’s 19th century industrial architecture, contemporary interiors feature honest materials in a warm, harmonious palette. At street level, independent shops, cafés and restaurants serve a thriving neighbourhood.
Barts Square is a neighbourhood of glorious contradictions; historic yet contemporary, tranquil yet central. Barts Square enjoys immediate proximity to the City, to internationally recognisable landmarks and to Farringdon Station, which is set to become the best connected transport hub in London.
The Levett Building
Referencing the area’s rich heritage, The Levett Building is constructed from an elegant, light coloured brick with details highlighted in bronze. Chamfered window reveals allow the maximum amount of light into these beautifully considered apartments.
Taking reference from the retained Victorian façade adjacent, Fenwick House is designed to traditional proportions and constructed from materials such as glazed brickwork with anodized bronze detailing.