||||||The building’s scale, massing and materials are complementary to the surrounding architecture|The courtyard provides public space and thoroughfares|A 1950s bowling alley imported from Texas|The bar and orangery backs onto the courtyard|The Dive bar with more than a hint of Soho’s spirit||
11 Aug 2014

Woods Bagot’s Ham Yard Hotel, Soho

Words by Miranda Fitzgerald

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