New London Architecture

Keybridge - Building A

Under Construction

Keybridge introduces four hundred and fifteen homes, a two-form-entry primary school, office spaces and retail units on the site of a redundant telecom switching station, built in the 1970s.
Londons Tall Buildings Survey 2021

Londons Tall Buildings Survey 2021

Keybridge is the landmark redevelopment of the former BT Telephone Exchange site on South Lambeth Road, providing 595 new homes, over an acre of public landscape, and 9,000 sqm of commercial/retail with 500–1,000 new jobs for the area. The first phase involves 74,300 sqm of redevelopment across a mix of building typologies: a tower, a linear block, maisonettes and two mansion blocks. The scheme introduces four hundred and fifteen dwellings on the site of a redundant telecoms switching station, built in the 1970s. The proposals seek to repair the urban fabric which has been truncated and blighted by the introverted brutalist development.
Height: 125m
Number of storeys: 37

Project information

Status

Under Construction

Borough

Lambeth

Completion

2021


Location

39 S Lambeth Rd, Oval, London SW8 1RH, UK


Team Credits

Client

Mount Anvil, FABRICA by A2Dominion

Architect

Allies and Morrison

Other

Fourpoint Architects


Last updated on

14/04/2021


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