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Unilever’s UK headquarters is in Leatherhead in Surrey in a building we designed for them around 10 years ago.
Occupying a former industrial brownfield site, the design of the 204,000 sq ft office complex required a sensitive and sustainable approach which acknowledged the adjacent green belt. The three-storey office building is set over a podium deck which, by utilising the existing topography on the site, has allowed the required car parking provision to be largely concealed.
The essence of the design brief was to generate a landmark building for Select Property Group in the heart of Greater Manchester, with residences offering a high quality, vibrant, inner city lifestyle.
Kings Gate forms a pair of buildings on Victoria Street in Westminster, with its neighbour The Zig Zag Building. The scheme replaces an existing slab-like office building on Victoria Street in central London with two new buildings that incorporate a mix of retail, office space and housing. We won this project in an invited competition in Spring 2010, and gained planning consent in November 2011. The main contractor was Lend Lease and Practical Completion was achieved in Autumn 2015.
Thirty Broadwick replaces a large unattractive building taking up a block in the heart of Soho. Emrys’s task was to nestle a new 120,000 sq ft building into the mixed urban context without being overbearing. Emrys broke down the main facades into component parts, employing a palette of materials characteristic of the conservation area but applied in a contemporary manner. One section of the façade to Broadwick Street is formed in two distinct parts, the predominant section is in roman brick with Portland stone detailing with a second part clad...
New Covent Garden Market is the largest wholesale fruit, vegetable and flower market in the UK. The site is currently undergoing a complete redevelopment including a wide mix of uses. Part of this masterplan is the Food Exchange building which aims to provide office space for SME’s in the food industry.
Frost were asked to design the fit-out of this building, bringing its experience in business centres to advise on layout and interiors. The brief therefore looked to provide small office units together with facilities such as break out spaces, tea...
A commercial development that breathes life into a 1970's office block. The scheme comprises of the refurbishment of the interior spaces while retaining the existing structure and adding a new stair and lift core. The existing street façade is re-clad, while an origami roof structure gives this quiet Kensington Street a contemporary edge.