Project Description

Offices and Residential Units at Piano House, Brixton

An existing office building will be refurbished and reconfigured to provide office accommodation and residential accommodation. Works include a new entrance, stair and lift core and circulation space to serve 14 high quality new apartments.

An existing 50,000ft² office building that will be refurbished and reconfigured to provide 33,000ft² office accommodation and 17,000ft² of residential accommodation.

The offices will undergo a ‘light touch’ refurbishment to reflect the industrial nature of the building, however the building will undergo a number of structural interventions to incorporate a new entrance, stair and lift core and circulation space to serve the new residential element .

The newly created 14 apartments will be fitted out to a high quality to suit this rapidly changing part of London.

Client: TCN Brixton Limited

Procurement: Lump Sum

Project Manager: Form Management Limited

Architect: TBC

Services: TBC

Structure: TBC

Partners view

“Exigere created a working methodology that ensured competitive tendering to supply performance based best practice. Our excellent experience will ensure a long term relationship.”
Niall Aitken, Partner

Clients view

“The insights that Exigere brought to our architecture and engineering firm have been priceless. They’ve served as a strategic advisor, conducting cost-saving operational reviews adding tremendous value to our firm.”
Bill Jones, BDO Architects

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