[FIRST LOOK] Stephen Davy Peter Smith’s has revealed the first images of this part-new build, part-conversion of an industrial building at Upper Clapton Road, Hackney
The project, which has been recently submitted for planning, features 92 residential units, a 190m² community centre, 325m² of retail space and 1,500m² of commercial re-provision.
The site is currently in commercial use and an existing, unlisted tram depot building will be retained as part of the development.
Materials which will be used include CorTen balustrades, timber balcony balustrades, new glazing at ground floor to the tram shed, grey and black bricks to new buildings and grey powder-coated steel panels.
Sustainable features include green and brown roofs, a biomass boiler and communal heating.
The scheme has a density of 624 habitable rooms per hectare.
The tenure is split 50 per cent affordable, 50 per cent private, and comprises 30 one-bedroom, 35 two-bedroom, nine three-bedroom and 18 four-bedroom apartments.
Do you like the look of this project on Upper Clapton Road, London by Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects?