Vision call for Grosvenor Square

Aerial view of Grosvenor Square and the wider Grosvenor estate

Deborah Saunt, Yana Peel and Ricky Burdett on pre-competition design panel

The owners of London’s Grosvenor Square have launched an ideas call to shape the future of the Mayfair green space which is home to the former US Embassy.

Grosvenor Britain & Ireland, which manages the square as part of the Duke of Westminster’s multibillion-pound property empire, said it was seeking “ideas, strategies, projects, experiments and solutions” to revitalise the square and shape the brief for a design competition next year.

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