For the refurbishment and rebrand of Fleet Place House, a 2000’s landmark office building in Farringdon, City of London. Transforming the basement, ground, third and fourth floors of the 11 storey building and providing a refreshed frontage to an established public thoroughfare.
Creating maximum impact with minimal intervention, designs focus on upgrading areas that will add value for existing and prospective tenants and landlords, and extending the life and relevance of the building for years to come. Designs encourage use of front of house spaces and associated amenities, all geared towards improving wellbeing.
Utilising the outcomes of the Life Cycle Assessment, the newly refurbished third and fourth Cat-A floors feature a refurbished raised access floor in lieu of installing a new system, resulting in carbon savings of 5,000kg of CO2.