The office space over the basement, ground and first floors was outdated and the 2nd and 3rd floors had previously been converted into residential accommodation without planning consent.
This refurbishment project involved reinstating the original Georgian floor plan, deconstructing and replacing the rear extension and creating a new terrace at first floor. All floors have returned to office use.
The construction of the new rear extension included a hexagonal glulam structure at first floor, fixed back to the existing masonry walls, along with a steel structure supporting a timber walkway and stair. The hexagonal structure acts as a lightwell to the floor below.
Image credit: Martina Ferrera Architectural Photography
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