50 Eastbourne Terrace

Client

Office Area

Retail Area

New build mixed use development comprising a commercial building housing both office and retail accommodation along with a row of 7 floor level mews houses.

The office space uses a 4 pipe fan coil unit system with exposed services integrated with a raft ceiling arrangement. The retail spaces offer flexibility for A1, A3 and D2 uses. The town houses adopt air source heat pumps for heating, cooling and hot water generation.

The office space has a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating and has achieved a WELL Certified Gold rating.

Above the main entrance is artist Maarten Baas’s “Real Time” clock that depicts a working man painting and removing clock hands to denote each passing minute as a reference to the Brunel era with the building being located opposite Paddington station.

  • Architect
    Sheppard Robson
  • Project Manager
    Avison Young
  • Structural Engineer
    Aecom
  • Cost Consultant
    Gardiner + Theobald
  • Location
    50 Eastbourne Terrace, London

Watkins Payne Services

Eastbourne Terrace
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