Victoria is home to some of the world's most renowned, boundary-pushing and exciting brands. Meet your neighbours...
Chief creative officer Christopher Bailey runs one of the most influential and iconic brands in the world from his beloved Horseferry House, and says 'it's so much more than a building. It's symbolic of the whole company.'
The Gates Foundation
Behind the doors of The Gates Foundation's European HQ, employees grapple with some of the biggest questions facing the modern world, and how science and technology can find answers.
124 Horseferry Road, designed by the Pritzker Prize winning firm Richard Rogers Partnership, shares the spirit of Channel 4's programming: avant-garde, socially inclusive and risk taking.
For over 25 years, Delfina has rigorously promoted young artists from the Middle East and Africa, with the Foundation's space in SW1 renovated to create London’s largest international residency space for artists.
Under creative director Sandra Choi, who has been with the company from the beginning, the company continues to go from strength to strength.
The work of world-class product designer Marc Newson CBE has taken him around the globe but now the sought-after Australian is happy to call Victoria home.
The Press Association
As the role of a national daily press in an age of digital communications is being reworked, The PA is spearheading the change from their HQ in SW1.
Founded in 1804, the RHS opened its head office and exhibition halls at Vincent Square in Victoria – and the stunning, light-filled halls remain the site of many of its ever-popular flower shows.
The innovative offices were designed to reflect the integration of print and online content, and TMG continues to push boundaries, investing in digital research and sustainable models of revenue.
As one of the world's most influential fashion designer and notorious perfectionists, Tom Ford chose Victoria's global, 21st-century bustle as the home for his brand headquarters.