New London Architecture

The Gate

Built

This project sees the redevelopment of commercial units to create a 189-suite, 21-storey on aparthotel the city fringe in Aldgate. The upper floors of the landmark scheme offer panoramic London views.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2021

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Located on the City fringe in Aldgate, this scheme provides a 189-suite, 21-storey aparthotel featuring a reception at ground level and a lounge on the fifth floor with a roof terrace. Guided by the existing building’s triangular footprint, the design draws on New York’s Flatiron building for inspiration, resulting in a building which successfully responds to its varied context and the challenging site constraints. The upper floors of the landmark scheme will offer panoramic views over London. Prefabricated elements were used to save construction time and improve quality. Precast brickwork was assembled by specialists off site and integrated with the traditional brickwork seamlessly.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Tower Hamlets

Size

93721 sq m

Completion

2020


Location

41 White Church Ln, London E1 7QR, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Stockwool

Client

REEF Estates

Contractor

Ardmore Construction

M&E / Sustainability Engineer

AECOM

Structural Engineer

Walsh


Listed by

Stockwool

Last updated on

16/09/2021


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