New London Architecture

Goodman’s Fields

Built

A seven-acre mixed-use scheme, providing 1,000 new homes, student housing, a hotel, lively ground floor uses including shops, restaurants, bars, offices, workshop space and new community space.
Goodman’s Fields is a seven-acre mixed-use scheme south east of Aldgate, with over 1,000 new homes, student housing, a hotel, and lively ground floor uses including shops, restaurants, bars, offices, workshops and community space. There are four flexible courtyard blocks from which seven slender towers emerge rise up to 23 storeys. The dense development is complemented by three new public spaces, a central square and two pocket parks, comprising over 0.8 hectares. The courtyard buildings are designed as adaptable, robust structures of significant thermal mass. A basement logistics and parking area contains the CCHP energy centre delivering CfSH Code 4 for homes and BREEAM Excellent for non-residential areas.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Tower Hamlets

Size

200000 sq m

Estimated completion

November 2020


Location

15 Piazza Walk, Whitechapel, London E1 8PW, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands

Client

Berkeley Group

Structural Engineer

PTA Consulting

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

Wallace Whittle

Landscape Architect

Murdoch Whittle

Pedestrian wind studies

RWDI


Last updated on

25/02/2021


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