Regent's Place Pavilion is completed

A new pavilion in British Land's Regent's Place development has just opened. Designed by Carmody Groarke, the Regent's Place Pavilion was the result of a competition run by The Architecture Foundation in 2007.

The original competition brief called for a new pavilion to mark the Osnaburgh Street entrance to Regent's Place (in London’s West End), that enriches and activates the public open space at street level. Carmody Groarke's winning concept for the pavilion, presents a pavilion as an open field of slender columns which supports a canopy eight metres above the landscape of the street. 

Visible from Euston Road, the pavilion reveals various clustered densities of the vertical columns beneath its canopy, the product of a architectural/engineering collaboration between Arup and Carmody Groarke.

AF Patrons and Benefactors will enjoy a VIP tour of the pavilion next week.

Image: Luke Hayes