View from roof showing atrium glazing by Josef Gartner.1/18

View from roof showing atrium glazing by Josef Gartner. 1/18

Looking up into the atrium at the white-clad bridges.2/18

Looking up into the atrium at the white-clad bridges. 2/18

The atrium glazing from the roof.3/18

The atrium glazing from the roof. 3/18

The atrium glazing from below.4/18

The atrium glazing from below. 4/18

Looking up into the atrium.5/18

Looking up into the atrium. 5/18

Looking up into the atrium.6/18

Looking up into the atrium. 6/18

Atrium glazing from the roof.7/18

Atrium glazing from the roof. 7/18

Detail of the atrium glazing.8/18

Detail of the atrium glazing. 8/18

Looking up into the atrium.9/18

Looking up into the atrium. 9/18

Atrium glazing from the roof.10/18

Atrium glazing from the roof. 10/18

On the top-level atrium bridge.11/18

On the top-level atrium bridge. 11/18

The atrium glazing from below.12/18

The atrium glazing from below. 12/18

Looking up into the atrium.13/18

Looking up into the atrium. 13/18

Access walkways on the roof.14/18

Access walkways on the roof. 14/18

Gartner atrium glazing.15/18

Gartner atrium glazing. 15/18

Gartner atrium glazing.16/18

Gartner atrium glazing. 16/18

Gartner atrium glazing.17/18

Gartner atrium glazing. 17/18

Gartner atrium glazing.18/18

Gartner atrium glazing. 18/18

REGENTS PALACE HOTEL, REGENT STREET, LONDON, 2009, DIXON JONES ARCHITECTS
Renovation of the 94-year-old Regents Palace Hotel, located in the conservation area close to Regent Street in Central London. The new development will provide 420,000sqft in total, including 200,000sqft of office space, 54,000sqft of retail and 9,500sqft of residential accommodation. The scheme also features a new pedestrianized arcade linking through to Glasshouse Street. The glazed atrium roof was installed by Josef Gartner. Architectural photography completed over two days. (All images copyright Simon Kennedy, London Architectural Photographer)
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