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Alexander Hills Architects ltd. - Dashing Tweeds Store

Alexander Hills Architects ltd.

Retail fit-out for an innovative British fashion company










Dashing Tweeds are an innovative tweed design and fashion company and wanted a cool new HQ in Marylebone. Set over ground and basement, the space was in a terrible state from a long-term tenant. The brief called for a design based on an ‘art collector’s drawing room’ - a space where eclectic applied and visual arts meets clothing. The design responded to this by creating three sections in the shop, demarcated by wall colour, into which objects were curated to guide, intrigue and display items and the lifestyle they encouraged. AH-A was asked to undertake the complete fit-out of the space along with a number of commissioned furniture pieces.