One Hyde Park, the first European Residences at Mandarin Oriental, is the most exclusive address in the world.
Its unique location, to the south; with the elegance and excitement of bustling Knightsbridge, one of the world's most glamorous shopping districts incorporating Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street. and to the North, the glorious romance and serenity of Hyde Park, offers an incomparable London living experience for those who want the ultimate in elegance, peace and style.
The exceptional collaboration between leading architects, designers, artists and hoteliers ensures that One Hyde Park delivers ultimate perfection and a unique experience on every level. One Hyde Park: The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, London, is a residential scheme whose beauty, luxury and service place it in a class of its own on a global scale.
Facilities and amenities Contained within One Hyde Park are the exclusive leisure facilities: a luxurious spa that incorporates saunas, steam, treatment and relaxation rooms. A gymnasium, private exercise studios, squash court, cinema, golf simulator, entertainment room, business suite, private meeting rooms, underground car parking, wine cellars, personal storage and Rolls Royce house-car are also available for residents' exclusive use.
One Hyde Park offers residents the legendary service of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in the comfort of their own home. Over sixty full time staff, including a 24 hour concierge, valet, housekeeping, and a discreet security team, ensures comfort and safety around the clock.
One Hyde Park is an architectural phenomenon. The design, comprised of four separate but linked pavilions, was for a spectacular modern building that fits perfectly into its classical context. Its defining material is glass, allowing maximum light permeability with minimum intrusion, giving spectacular views of either Hyde Park or Knightsbridge from every level whilst minimising overlooking between apartments with unique bronze fins.
Once inside the building these views are maintained from a series of fully-glazed circulation cores incorporating stairs, lifts and lobbies. One Hyde Park comprises 86 apartments and duplexes (including four penthouses) plus three retail units at ground floor level
The design seeks to complement the existing streetscape of Knightsbridge and create a scheme that offers daylight and generous views whilst achieving the necessary degree of privacy for its occupants. As befits luxury apartments, elegant detailing and quality of construction were of great importance. Materials were chosen to reflect the colouring and texture of the surrounding buildings: red-brown copper alloy façades complement the surrounding red brick buildings; and pale structural concrete mimics stone details on the neighbouring Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
A new gateway to the Park has been created by relocating Edinburgh Gate to the western edge of the site. The roadway is covered by a canopy and the top surface is planted to provide a visual amenity for all those overlooking it and protect residents from traffic noise. Epstein’s ‘Pan’ which was at the northern end of the existing Edinburgh Gate has been repositioned to maintain its relationship to the new roadway. Along the eastern edge of the site, linking the Park to Knightsbridge, a new pedestrian route through the site, Serpentine Walk, has been created. The original Knightsbridge underground station entrance has been relocated adjacent to Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The entrance was designed using a similar palette of materials to those used in One Hyde Park creating a structure with a glazed roof and walls that appears to be both open and solid. Renowned lighting artist, James Turrell has created a unified lighting concept that interacts with the development’s architecture. It includes perimeter lighting for the five glass stair and lift structures and a colourful light display.
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