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In Pictures: Kieran Timberlake’s US embassy submitted for planning

A detailed planning application has been submitted for Kieran Timberlake’s cube-shaped US Embassy located in Nine Elms, south London

The 0.9 hectare proposal – submitted by the US Department of State – includes an 11-storey ‘Chancery’ building plus three smaller pavilions.

The competition-winning scheme will provide office accommodation for 805 workers and features six elevated gardens and a half-sized basketball pitch for staff.

In 2010, the studio beat Richard Meier, Morphosis Architects and Pei Cobb Freed & Partners to win the high profile job.

The scheme features three entry pavilions and is designed to reflect ‘democracy, grace, openness [and] transparency’, according to the planning application.

Gensler has been appointed to work on the project’s workplace design.

Kieran Timberlake’s US Embassy scheme in Nine Elms, south London

Kieran Timberlake’s US Embassy scheme in Nine Elms, south London

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