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Kohn Pedersen Fox

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Kohn Pedersen Fox has unveiled its design for Dawleywood, the final phase of the Stockley Park development near Heathrow Airport (AJ 15.3.01). The scheme has been designed around the results of research by interior space consultant DEGW into the modern needs of business. The research revealed that fast-growing businesses tended to rely on a small number of key employees with expert knowledge. It also showed that such companies often work in collaborative communities and worked on a project by project basis, with teams that expand and contract rapidly. To meet these requirements, Dawleywood has been designed to be more flexible than previous phases.The scheme totals 44,000m 2and comprises five office buildings of between 6,750m 2and 12,800m 2.The three- and four-storey buildings are clustered around an urban square to aid collaborative working between occupiers and they can be linked together or subdivided in a variety of ways to provide businesses with a variety of fit-out options.

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