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Hammersmith Grove London 1

Hammersmith Grove, London

370,00 sqft of high quality office accommodation comprising of two separate buildings and the proposed new Hammersmith Library. In order to meet the new Part L requirements detailed studies and modelling of the facades were undertaken. This enabled us to avoid the use of external shading louver’s to reduce costs, yet retain a fully glazed […]

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Stockley Park 1

Stockley Park, West London

Part of a mixed use masterplan submitted for planning in 2008. The office village element consists of 25,000sqft of area within two L-shaped buildings. Studies were undertaken to understand the impact of summer and winter sun on the facade. This enabled us to develop a suitable ventilation and solar shading strategy.The layouts of the buildings […]

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West London 1

Speculative office, West London

140,000 sqft of B1 / B2 office space over four floors. Situated in a predominantly industrial area the client had secured a pre-let for the site. Following numerous studies we demonstrated that a new build option would have significant advantages in terms of funding arrangements. Contractors for the main cost elements – structure and facade […]

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Milan 1


Located near Milan’s famous railway station and set within a major urban space, this important 126,000sqft twelve-storey office building is being constructed within the tight constraints set by the City Planning Authority. Working in conjunction with a local architects practice we provided planning and outline tender packages. Credit: Osian Jones as Project Architect with Hamiltons […]

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Brackenbury Road Hammersmith 1

Brackenbury Road Hammersmith, London

Part of a mixed use development comprising 27,000sqft of B1 floor space. High quality office accommodation replaced the existing B8 floorspace on the site. A sunken basement courtyard enabled us to maximise space and create a focal point to the scheme. Linked by walkways and its own separate entrance the offices integrate into the overall […]

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