Belgrave House

Squire and Partners, London, 2004

 

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Portland stone clad block with a 110 metre long facade along Buckingham Palace Road containing flexible open-plan office space

The six storey block has a flexible spatial arrangement - each level is large enough to be used as an open dealer-floor, and can also be split easily along both axes to accommodate four separate companies.

The central section of the 110 metre long building is marked by a setback that divides the façade into three elements and forms a entrance portico. A pair of large revolving doors placed within this central portico provide access to the building through a double height entrance hall.

An open terrace and winter garden on the fifth floor, that sits above the central section of the façade, divides the roof top pavilion into two separate areas. Along with the facade setback this roof terrace aims to break up the appearance of the large façade.

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  • Begun: 2000
  • Completed: May 2004
  • Floor area: 31,000m2
  • Sector: Office
  • Address: 76 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9TQ, United Kingdom

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