New London Architecture

100 Liverpool Street

Built

100 Liverpool Street is the radical redevelopment of an iconic 1980s scheme to create over 520,000 sq ft of contemporary office space, with retail and public realm, in the heart of the City.
Resilient London: confronting climate change

Resilient London: confronting climate change

100 Liverpool Street is the radical redevelopment of an iconic 1980s scheme to
create over 520,000 sq ft of contemporary office space, with retail and public
realm, in the heart of the City. Creatively re-imagining the outdated building rather
than adopting a demolition and new build strategy; the existing substructure and
50 per cent of the existing superstructure was retained, saving over 7,500 tonnes of
carbon. A contemporary aesthetic has been achieved, with a curved glazed facade,
landscaped external terraces, and flexible lobby spaces.

#ResilientLondon

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

City of London

Size

69000 sq m

Estimated completion

September 2020


Location

100 Broadgate, Liverpool St, London EC2M 2AU, UK


Team Credits

Client

British Land

Architect

Hopkins Architects Limited

Interior Designer

Universal Design Studio

Supporting Services

Veretec

Landscape Architect

HED

Structural Engineer

AKT II

Services Engineer

Chapman BDSP

Principal Designer

Arup

Facade Engineer

Billings Design Associates

Lighting Designer

Speirs & Major

Transport Consultant

Arup

Project Manager

M3 Consulting

Contractor

Sir Robert McAlpine

Cost Consultant

MACE

Access Consultant

David Bonnett Associates

Facade Access Consultant

Hilson Moran

Wind Consultant

RWDI

Sustainability Consultant

Greengage

BIM Consultant

GRFN

Technology Consultant

Cordless Consultants

Security Consultant

QCIC


Listed by

Hopkins Architects

Last updated on

21/12/2021


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