White Lion Street Shortlisted for an FX Award

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White Lion Street has been shortlisted for an FX award in the UK Workplace Environment, any size category.

The intention for this scheme was to create highly sustainable commercial building which improves the street scene and creates a desirable place to work. The design has a refined exposed aesthetic and introduces a contemporary identity through materiality and an open floor plate design, creating much needed workspace in the area. Drawing on the history of the building, which used to accommodate weavers/drapers, laser cut metal panels have been incorporated throughout with a pattern alluding to the sites history.

Winners are to be announced on 30th November 2022 at the awards dinner at Grosvenor House Hotel.

Tailor’s Corner is a finalist for a BCO Award 2022

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Tailors Corner is a finalist for the British Council for Offices Awards in the Recycled/Refurbished Workplace category. What a great start to the year, well done to the project team.

The design for Tailor’s Corner includes a complete refurbishment of the façade, including the reinstatement of a traditional shop front more in keeping with the original age of the building, refurbished interior, and new roof terraces.

The BCO awards acknowledge innovation and focuses external attention on examples of best practice. Established in 1992, the competition has grown and developed over the years with a number of innovations to categories and the way the Awards are presented.

16 Eastcheap shortlisted in the AJ Retrofit Awards 2022

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We are pleased to announce that our recent refurbishment of 16 Eastcheap has been shortlisted for an AJ Retrofit Award in the workplace £5million – £10million category.

Situated in the City of London, the original building is extremely robust and with having had several different iterations, the team felt it was imperative to keep the existing building and be the next stage of its lifecycle. 16 Eastcheap will continue to contribute to the conservation area, bringing additional social value in the City.

The AJ Retrofit Awards, brought to you by The Architects’ Journal, celebrate the design expertise behind the vital renewal and repurposing of existing buildings, slashing the industry’s carbon footprint in the process. With a huge spend on upgrading housing, commercial and industrial buildings in prospect, retrofits will play a major role in the future of UK construction. The awards cover nine categories, including healthcare, housing, higher education and listed buildings.