Art Acument present a new sculpture exhibition in the reception of 33 Davies Street, a collection of sculpture by Paul Vanstone.
Sculpture exhibition in the reception of 33 Davies Street has been designed to introduce different types of sculpture, techniques and artistic language to tenants and visitors of the building, helping to create an enjoyable and stimulating space.
Art Acumen have chosen Chuck Elliot’s artwork for display in the building’s temporary reception space during a twelve month schedule of redevelopment works.
The joint venture owning the property, Grosvenor Britain & Ireland (Grosvenor) and Stow Capital Partners (Stow), has agreed to pre-let 43,000 square feet of retail space to adidas. The scheme involves the reconfiguration and extension of the lower five floors of the ten storey building. This will create a larger unit for adidas, which aims to create a new flagship store in the prime retail location, opposite Selfridges department store in the heart of London’s West End.
Stow and Ashville have been taking part in the Real Service Best Practice Index (BPI) for eight consecutive years.
The 2015 score in the BPI has increased from 74 % to 79% in the past year, making notable progress in the following criteria:
- Service Strategy
- Customer Solutions
- People and Leadership
- Stakeholder Alignment and Supply Chain Management
- Operational Excellence
33 Davies Street is fully let as AGC Equity Partners relocate to Mayfair and takes two remaining floors.