New London Architecture

King's Road

Proposed

A botanically-inspired, sustainably designed mixed-use scheme born out of the site's unique history as a plant nursery within London's iconic King’s Road.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

Shortlisted in the UNBUILT category
The project is a sustainable mixed-use development on London’s iconic King’s Road. The concept imagines an open, green, light-filled space for people to come to work, shop, eat and relax, based around a verdant central courtyard. Inspired by its botanical past, the project incorporates references to apothecary shelves and a suspended glass box to act as a landmark for the scheme. Green elements are also interwoven through a sedum-tiered roofscape. The project aims to create a space that is in keeping with the unique history of the site but that also champions sustainable design and longevity.

Project information

Status

Proposed

Borough

Kensington and Chelsea

Size

18000 sq m

Completion

2025


Location

583 King's Rd, London SW3 4NX, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Benoy

Architect

Benoy

Architect

Benoy


Listed by

Handley House

Last updated on

16/09/2021


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