The proposed building viewed from Bethnal Green Road.
The proposal will breath life into an under utilised site in a vibrant part of the city.
A dark brick building with metal and glass elements breaking up the form and responding to the emerging character of contemporary additions to buildings in the area.
The building responds to the heritage character of Redchurch Street.
The proposed building sits comfortably in the Shoreditch townscape.
Vibrant streets are an intrinsic part of the character of the public realm in Shoreditch.
A view down Whitby Street.
The Chance Street frontage reduces in scale to respond to the quieter residential character of of the street.
An entrance with a special quality that contributes to the arts led streetscape of Shoreditch.
"An exciting residential development in Shoreditch, one of London’s most dynamic neighbourhoods, which responds contextually to the unique character of the borough."
A confident 15 storey building that derives its character from the rich built heritage of the area. The residential lead mixed use proposal provides 80 market and affordable residential units with a range of retail and commercial uses at street level; including a cafe, art gallery / exhibition space and leisure facilities.
An internal courtyard forms the heart of the scheme providing a secluded retreat for residents living in the heart of the city. The courtyard planting will change with the seasons and, with moving water, will animate the space. A sculptural 4 storey high entrance, shaped by organically curving surfaces, provides glimpse views into the courtyard from the street.
The finely detailed dark brick and bronze building is formed by a group of differently scaled elements that respond to Shoreditch's layered and playful townscape. Like the developing character of the area, contemporary materials including metal and glass are juxtaposed against the primarily brick building.
The project has recently been submitted for planning approval.
17,326m² (186,500 ft²)
Adams Kara Taylor , Buicon, DP9, EPAL, GIA Equation Lighting, Head Projects, Hoare LEA, Indigo Public Affairs, Landscape Projects, Miller Hare Ltd, Motion, PFB, Quod, Richard Coleman, RWDI Anemos, Scotch Partners, Sweett Group