Contemporary Visions at Fifty Six Brook Street
03 May 2018
Fifty Six Brook Street
With white-walls, sleek lines and light-filled glass doors, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’d walked into one of the chicest design studios in Europe. Entered from Mayfair’s Brook Street, the site’s floor-to-ceiling, street-level windows offer ample ability to capture natural-light for fashion, lifestyle and advertorial shoots and drama series filming.
As the former headquarters of legendary hair academy Vidal Sassoon, Fifty Six Brook Street still bears design-house cool. With its geometric glass staircase, spot-lighting and neoclassical symmetry, this West End location is ideal for recreating everything from model-agency HQs, creative agencies, office reception spaces and design studios. Located opposite the prestigious Claridge’s hotel, the building’s stucco-faced front speaks of its taste-making heritage.
Additionally, pristine white walls throughout the three floors make Fifty Six Brook Street a prime petri-dish, ideal for lab scenes and advertorial filming. With its futuristic, clinical and modern aesthetic, the space offers a plethora of shoot opportunities.
An additional rear entry from Davies Mews offers convenient supplier access. The building also benefits from a prep kitchen ready for crew catering. With its minimalist edge, this open space is fully-transformative, offering masses of versatility for bringing creative visions alive.