10-4 Pentonville Road

Stiff + Trevillion Architects, London, 2012

 

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Refurbishment of two dated 1980s buildings located opposite the Angel Building

The two existing buildings have been retained and connected with a bridge over Angel Mews from second floor level. This bridge and an extension to the back of number 10 has increased the net internal area of office accommodation by 1,000m2, a 25 per cent increase.

Each of the building's entrances have been retained to allow each block to be let independently as separate floors, or as half-floors with shared receptions.

The interiors of the buildings have been refurbished to provide a category A office fit-out, including renewed mechanical and electrical systems, lifts and washroom facilities.

The front facade of the building has been re-clad in white, grey and black charcoal-fired hand-made bricks while the rear of the building retained its 1980s facade.

Data

  • Begun: Jun 2011
  • Completed: Aug 2012
  • Floor area: 6,300m2
  • Sector: Office
  • Total cost: £17M
  • Procurement: Design and Build
  • Address: 10-4 Pentonville Road, Angel, London, N1 9HF, United Kingdom

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