It is a British icon and home to some of the best TV ever made. But that’s all in the past. Now the former Graham Dawbarn-designed BBC building known as Television Centre is being reborn as a living and working space.
The midcentury icon served the BBC from the 1960s until 2013, before being taken on by London property developer Stanhope, which is reworking the space into apartments, offices, communal grounds, a private screening room and luxury members club and hotel, going by the name of Soho House.
The main grade II-listed building, known as The Helios, is being maintained structurally, complete with original stage door and the exterior facade’s
atomic dots. However, it is being reworked as apartments (one, two and three-bedroom) overlooking landscaped grounds — via WowHaus