Why do all Christian Louboutins have signature red soles?
Story goes, the French designer wanted a shoe inspired by Warhol’s “Flowers”. Curious, Louboutin noticed an assistant who was painting her nails bright red – that was it.
He grabbed the polish and slathered it on the sole of the prototype.
In similar fashion and true TSP style, we were drawn to the classic, polished beauty of Ironmonger.
An elegant Edwardian warehouse – at the heart of Old Street’s tech and fashion district – formerly home to Christian Louboutin Headquarters.
The building, a tastefully converted warehouse, benefits from light, space, and volume, as well as outdoor areas. It is arranged over lower, ground, and four upper floors, providing 9,519 sq. ft. of prime city fringe commercial space.
We also love its location. Nestled in a green enclave, minutes from the soon to be redeveloped Old Street Roundabout – known as Silicon Roundabout due to the cluster of tech businesses in the area. Its proximity to the Moorfields Eye Hospital site which Derwent will redevelop into an outstanding office scheme is also auspicious.
The building has a tranquil, leafy park directly outside and is opposite the recently refurbished Ironmonger Row Baths. It even faces another property TSP manages, Overseas House.
With the acquisition of 60-76 Ironmonger, TSP will bring the character of this Edwardian establishment into tomorrow’s generation of purposeful, alluring workspace.