Architects: Fletcher Priest Architects, Sauerbruch Hutton Architects
Location: London, UK
Area: 17079.0 sqm
Photographs: Jan Bitter, Paul Grundy, Courtesy of Fletcher Priest Architects, Sauerbruch Hutton Architects, Timothy Soar
Landscape Architects: Gustafson Porter
Planning Authority: City of London
Quantity Surveyor: Gleeds
Structural Consultant: Waterman
Services Consultant: Waterman
Fire Consultant: Arup
Main Contractor: Skanska
Lighting Consultant: Speirs & Major Associates Ltd
Acoustic Consultant: Hann Tucker Associates
Access Consultant: Buro Happold
From the architect. ‘New Ludgate’ is the transformation of a City block into a generous and lively new quarter for London. It sets up a dialogue between two striking and complementary new buildings whilst reinstating and improving the public realm around it and new routes through the city block.
It is, in essence, a new piece of city. It is a site redolent with history. From here the Belle Sauvage coaching inn welcomed or saw off numerous fictional and real travellers; Pocahontas and London’s first live rhinoceros paid visits. Later came railway engineers who
ten arquitectos develops modular ‘casita’ for community gardens in new york
Soup Architects adds a pair of art studios to a leafy Suffolk garden
You may also like
Oller & Pejic Architecture, an architecture firm from L.A. together with Marc Atlan completed the ...
Carter Uncut brings New York City’s latest development news under the critical eye of resident architecture critic ...