60 Queen Victoria Street

Foggo Associates, London, 1999

 

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In placing the entrance at the corner, Foggo Associates has echoed the adjacent No 1 Poultry by Stirling 

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  • In placing the entrance at the corner, Foggo Associates has echoed the adjacent No 1 Poultry by Stirling    
  • The bronze facade offers the gravitas of stone    
  • View of structure and facade at street level    
  • Close-up facade view    
  • Glazing and structure    
  • Unusual facade design allows for dappled light in the interior    
  • Standard grid sizes offer plenty of scope for layouts    
  • Site plan    
  • Ground floor plan    
  • Typical floor plan    
  • Section    
  • Plan, section and elevation of facade    
  • Cut-away isometric of cast bronze and curtain wall facade    

City office block with corner entrance, efficient floorplates and cast bronze and curtain wall facade

The diagonal axis from the corner entrance leads to an enhanced service core. It makes a natural break between the two office wings, and suggests a number of ways in which individual floors can be divided for double occupancy.

A glass atrium allows daylight into part of the basement - while leaving some dark space for essential back-office storage facilities.

Data

  • Completed: 1999
  • Floor area: 15,325m2
  • Sector: Office
  • Total cost: £23M
  • Address: 60 Queen Victoria Street, London, EC4N 4BH, United Kingdom

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