New London Architecture

No.6 Babmaes St.

Built

A new social and shared workspace for The Crown Estate’s St James’s clients; recycling a vacant 1970s building to create spaces for events, meetings, networking and wellness facilities.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

Shortlisted in the CONSERVING category
Fathom has recycled a vacant 1970s building in St James’s for The Crown Estate, extending its lifespan to provide a characterful urban sanctuary for their St James’s clients to work, connect and re-charge. The design concept draws on the culture and heritage of St James’s and the changing dynamic of workspaces as hubs for collaboration and wellness rather than solely desk-based activities. Conceived as an inclusive and welcoming space to promote engagement between clients, the interiors aesthetic is relaxed and domestic with vintage furniture, natural materials and planting.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Westminster

Size

625 sq m

Completion

May 2021


Location

6 Babmaes St, St. James's, London SW1Y 6HD, UK


Team Credits

Client

The Crown Estate

Architect

Fathom Architects

Interior Designer

Fathom Architects

Contractor

BW: Workplace Experts

Other

Avroko - initial concepts

Planning Consultant

Gerald Eve

Project Manager

TFT

Structural Engineer

Price and Myers

Services Engineer

Watkins Payne

Fire Engineer

Jeremy Gardner Associates

Acoustic Consultant

Clarke Saunders

Light Consultant

Lighting Design International

Other

Cordless


Last updated on

20/10/2021


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