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Haymarket, London SW1

New street entrance facades and receptions on Haymarket and Coventry Street and new Cat A office accommodation over upper floors.

This urban ocean liner was designed in 1939. Subsequent change complicated the building infrastructure and diminished the quality and prominence of the entrances. On the office floors wide open spaces and daylight had been lost to suspended ceilings and strategically inappropriate toilet and riser layouts.

Our design for Land Securities re-evoked the moderne style in new building entrances of Portland Stone and Verde Marble. The palette of materials of the new receptions extend to the offices that range to 15 000 sq ft nett floors. Space and daylight are maximised by co-ordination of slim-line services to the exposed deep-beamed structure.

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The emphasis is on open vistas with highlights of olive ash veneer and linear lighting. The blueprint is applied on other floors of this West End landmark.