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2265 - Holbein Gardens

London

Refurbishment of an existing 1980s commercial building to create a modern workplace with increased floor area. Sustainability is at the heart of the development, reusing much of the existing building fabric and providing low-carbon, engineered timber extensions. The project acts as pionner for the reuse of structural steel scheme currently being developed and implemented across the Grosvenor portfolio. 

Key Features

  • 1-2 storey vertical extension, including roof a new roof terrace
  • The new structure will be formed from a steel frame with CLT floor slabs, a percentage of the steelwork will be reused from other Grosvenor sites and from reclaimed stock
  • 93% of the existing building reused
  • Minimal strengthening to existing building verified through investigations
  • Building partly located over Thames Water sewer and adjacent to Sloane Square LUL station

Client: Estates Belgravia Architect: Barr Gazetas

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People:
Tom Steel
Robert Mills

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