Stiff & Trevillion showcases Damien Hirst HQ

Damien Hirst's new Soho HQ

Practice crafts studio and art complex at £40m six-storey Soho block

New images have been released of Stiff & Trevillion’s £40m art deco-inspired Soho block which is being turned into a studio and art complex for artist Damien Hirst.

Hirst, whose Newport Street Gallery – designed by Caruso St John Architects – won the 2016 Stirling Prize, acquired his new Beak Street base from Enstar Capital and Landcap.

The six-storey 2,500sq m building was built on the site of a former police station and section house to what the developers described as “an exceptional specification” and with what it said would be “spectacular interiors”.

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