Workspace   Alfred Place

Located in a vibrant, emerging quarter within the Bloomsbury Conservation area, the regeneration of Alfred Place provides an opportunity for a new building to bring a distinct and positive contribution to both its context and to the local amenities. Approached holistically to achieve a balanced composition, the project retains a sensitivity to the diversity of the site context and constraints, culminating in a scheme that exhibits clear logic, integrity and authenticity.

Alfred Place represents a new generation of office buildings: an evolution of the well-built, adaptable, industrial buildings of the past, one that will provide a highly flexible, economic and sustainable space with a good sense of wellbeing for the occupier. At roof level apartments will sit back behind roof top terraces.

The building is contextually driven and its expressed brick frame has a strongly defined base, middle and top, with the expression of the various uses within the building reinforcing the hierarchy of the overall form. Setbacks and projection at the upper level allow the creation of a number of green terraces and gardens which will provide high quality external amenity for both residential and office occupiers.

Client    Wainbridge Limited
Location    London, UK
Status    Planning Approved

Area    7,872 sqm GEA
Planning Consultant    DP9
Townscape Consultant    Robert Tavenor
Daylight Consultant    GIA
Development Manager    Wainbridge Limited
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