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Stiff + Trevillion unwraps aluminium-clad Southwark offices

Stiff + Trevillion Architects has completed this £8million office block in Southwark, London

Built on the site of a former petrol station, the seven-storey building contains 2,025m² of office space.

The block continues the height of an existing row of four-storey buildings and rises to seven storeys at the northern end of the site.

Constructed with an insitu reinforced-concrete frame, which is exposed internally, the building is clad with a grey-blue anodised-aluminium façade that includes decorative vertical fin sunshading.

Project data

Architect Stiff + Trevillion
Structural engineer Tier Consult
Project architect Ed Mullett
Client Dealfirst
Funding Owner funded
Tender date August 2011
Start on site date September 2011
Contract duration 18 months
Gross internal floor area 3,000m²
Total cost £8 million
M&E consultant GDM
Quantity surveyor Corrigan Gore & Street
Planning supervisor Corrigan Gore & Street
Lighting consultant Stiff + Trevillion
Main contractor Watkin Jones

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