Hayes Davidson

HD London is based in Conduit Place, Paddington W2, in a bespoke studio created by HD founder Alan Davidson working with Toh Shimazaki Architects in 1996. The building was designed as a dedicated, collaborative art space to provide artists with everything they need to produce their best work. 

Equipped to support great art, technology and innovation, extensive interactive facilities enhance events and meetings – and HD’s legendary parties. The location has a creative pedigree. Before HD, the studio was the London base of Peter Gabriel, with Led Zeppelin's touring headquarters and Dire Straits’ Mark Knopfler nearby.

These days Paddington is a vibrant quarter of London and has excellent transport links. The studio is adjacent to Paddington station and Heathrow Express – meaning that the team and clients are just 15 minutes from the UK’s largest airport.