Christopher Bailey turns interior designer for Burberry's new HQ
Burberry’s creative director Christopher Bailey has turned interior designer – but never fear style fans, it’s all in the name of the fashion house’s latest home.
After being based on London’s Haymarket for over 100 years – since 1891 to be exact – Burberry has a shiny new headquarters at Horseferry House in Westminster.
Purpose built for the fashion giant, the building is suitably stylish, with Bailey leading a team to ensure that the interior reflected the label’s signature British values.
With eight floors, and spanning 60,000 sq ft, the cutting edge venue comprises of both show rooms and office space.
Commenting on their new home, Angela Ahrendts, Chief Executive of Burberry said, ‘The move to our new headquarters at Horseferry House for the first time allows all of our London employees to work together in one location.
‘The cost and efficiency benefits were always planned, but the way our new space helps to unite the culture, improve communications and purify the brand are all added benefits.’