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6-14 Underwood Street, London N1

Office development of 35 000 sq ft over five floors taking the building back to shell and refurbishing and refitting.

This row of iron-framed, brick frontage warehouses in the Underwood Conservation Area was constructed in 1908. The buildings originally housed paper production and distribution but had become a single user office for many years with underwhelming interior spaces, suspended ceilings and exhausted fit-outs hiding the character and historic fabric. Significant structural repair and refurbishment was required within a demanding budget.

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Working in a team of professional friends we prepared designs and planning applications for commercial refurbishment. The approach revealed the hidden strengths and re-configured the building for multiple tenancies suited to the global working community in this unique ‘village’ within Tech City.

The warmly recommended Shepherdess Café, and The Eagle provided hospitality and refreshment throughout.