New London Architecture

7 Holbein Place

Proposed

Grosvenor's proposals include significantly refurbishing this 1980s office building to create a high-quality, flexible and sustainable workspace. There will be an extension on the top floor
Resilient London: confronting climate change

Resilient London: confronting climate change

Holbein Gardens transform an outdated office into an exemplary zero carbon
workspace. Adding an additional floor to the retained four-storey structure, as well
as reusing materials and introducing extensive greening, results in 25,000 sq ft of
high-quality flexible workspace. The project will provide an all-electric building with
biodiversity at its heart and a range of innovative materials and technology. The design
has a 69 per cent operational carbon saving against a typical office building. Facade
retention will save 39 per cent embodied carbon compared to a new facade solution.
Furthermore, an all-electric clean energy supply enables the scheme to be net zero
carbon by 2030, and 99.95 per cent of strip out waste has been diverted from landfill.

#ResilientLondon

Project information

Status

Proposed

Borough

Westminster

Size

2323 sq m

Estimated completion

September 2022


Location

1 Whittaker St, London SW1W 8JQ, UK


Team Credits

Client

Grosvenor Property UK

Architect

Barr Gazetas

Structural and Civil Engineer

Heyne Tillett Steel

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

Tuffin Ferraby Taylor LLP

Project Manager

Capital & Provincial

Cost Consultant

Leslie Clark

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

Hurley Palmer Flat


Last updated on

05/10/2021


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