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IN BRIEF: Sheppard Robson

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Sheppard Robson has won planning permission from the London Borough of Camden for this 'amenity module'on the 4 ha Regent's Place scheme.The module is a freestanding Z-shaped structure with a metallic surface. It sits between new office buildings on the site providing eating, drinking and service facilities for the growing local business community. It is split over two levels - on the lower level there is a bar and on the upper level a restaurant.The architects have designed a cantilevered canopy suspended over the entrance.

Links between floors are provided internally by a spiral staircase and externally by a multi-purpose lift, housed in a drum-shaped structure clad in a perforated metal screen.

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