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LTS Architects - Hotel, Borough High Street

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The Borough High Street scheme comprises a 100-room hotel, three retail units and a gym for the students of King’s College London.

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Craig Sheppard





The Borough High Street Hotel scheme comprises a 100-room hotel, three retail units and a gym for the students of King’s College London.

The site is in a prominent location in the developing London Bridge Quarter. The scheme will regenerate the currently vacant site on Borough High Street and provide a vibrant public space within the historic grain of Southwark’s characterful ‘yards’.

The building references the Burgage plots of Southwark’s past and proposes a re-introduction of the historic public spaces within the site. The resultant proposal is a contemporary piece of architecture which engages with the history of the site, making a significant contribution to the regeneration of the London Bridge area.