Who we are
As a leading visionary property developer, active investor and asset manager, we pride ourselves on our ability to unlock the outstanding potential behind each of our commercial, residential, hotel and leisure projects. Since we were established over 30 years ago, we have striven to inspire some of the most influential development and investment projects in London and around the world, from Paris to New York and now Hong Kong to Tokyo.
With a strong strategic approach to new markets and opportunities and £4.1bn (US$5.3bn) of assets under management as at 31st December 2018, we continue to enhance our reputation for consistently delivering market-leading returns for our investors. We pride ourselves on building long-term relationships with both our partners and investors and in partnering with the best in class for each project we are involved in.
Art and community
A CELEBRATION OF DESIGN, ART AND CULTURE
Chelsfield strongly believes in the importance of art and design and brings this ethos to many aspects of the development process including construction. Where and when we can, we embellish construction sites by working with well-known artists and designers to create building wraps that celebrate design, art and culture.
THE KNIGHTS OF KNIGHTSBRIDGE, LONDON
In London, an artwork of 11m high and 120m long was created to surround the development at the northern end of The Knightsbridge Estate, at the corner of Brompton Road and Sloane Street. Chelsfield identified world-renowned photographer Nick Knight as the ideal partner to create The Knights of Knightsbridge; an installation of 18 striking fashion images featuring highly structured ‘armour like’ creations from luxury fashion designers. They include designs from Gareth Pugh, Moncler, Maison Margiela and pieces from the archive of couture house Dior, by John Galliano.
CAMILLE WALALA’S MURAL FOR WORFU, HONG KONG
In Hong Kong, Chelsfield commissioned internationally renowned artist and designer Camille Walala to design a bold mural for the Worfu development previously known as Provident Square. The Mural aims to make contemporary public art accessible to the North Point community. Walala’s design solution, totalling 54.1 x 4m in size, spans the whole façade of the one-stop shop retail destination and reflects the energy and liveliness of the district’s bright city lights.