Heineken heiress turns RSHP’s Hammersmith studio into yoga cafe

ReCentre at Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners old Thames Wharf HQ3

Café and wellness centre opened by daughter of Britain’s richest woman

The daughter of Britain’s richest woman has turned Richard Rogers’ old studio into a popular café and wellness centre with a helter skelter for adults.

Classes in drawing, yoga, “transformational mindset”, “breathwork and energy healing” and “ecstatic dance” are now on the menu, along with coffee and vegan dishes for the dog walkers of Hammersmith, and a slide has been built in what was the architect’s foyer.

Re:Centre has taken over three Thames Wharf Studios buildings that were home to Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners for more than 30 years. The architecture practice vacated the riverside space in 2015 when it moved into its self-designed Cheesegrater in the City.

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