De Beauvoir Block
London
2011–2017

These six Victorian warehouses are used primarily as studios and offices. They offer well-proportioned daylit spaces with a strong character borne out of their industrial past. Our scheme, which recollects our earlier completed work 10–22 Shepherdess Walk, treats the roof of these warehouses as a landscape in microcosm on which are to be constructed a series of small prefabricated studios.

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Technical

  • Appointment: 2011
  • Construction start: 2015
  • Completion: 2017
  • Area: 5,745m² GIA (existing excluding circulation); 815m² GIA (additional excluding circulation)m2
  • Budget: £5.0m
  • Sustainable credentials: 40% improvement on regulations
  • Form of contract: JCT Intermediate with Contractor's Design
  • Client: The Benyon Estate
  • Main Contractor: Sullivan Brothers Construction
  • Quantity Surveyor: Castle-Davis
  • Services Engineer: AJ Energy
  • Structural Engineer: MMP Design
  • Planning Consultant: CMA Planning
  • Approved Inspector: Salus AI
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