Owers Warwick Architects were appointed to refurbish and extend a large, prominent office building on Southwark Street, London.
The building originally comprised three properties; two Victorian warehouses and one building constructed in the 1980s. All were redeveloped in 2001 when a skin of render covered the façade.
Our proposals completely reposition the old, outdated building. Our design includes remodelling the façades and extending with a new sixth floor. Internally the works include creating a new, lettable lower ground floor, new core and toilets, a large cycle centre together with a remodelling of the floor plates.
The scheme delivers an uplift of over 1,000m2 NIA.
Our commitment to sustainability include:
Proposed 5th floor plan
Proposed ground floor plan
On site at Bankside
Top floor stripped out ready for the next stage.