Emerging practice Morrow + Lorraine has won planning permission to overhaul and extend a Seifert Architects office block in the City of London
The £8million refurbishment scheme for the 1990 building at 108 Cannon Street includes a new double height-foyer and the addition of a rooftop extension.
A bronze statue designed by self-styled ‘People’s Artist of the USSR’, Zurab Tsereteli at the base of the existing building will not be retained as part of the 6,784m² project.
The scheme, which is practice’s largest project to date in the City, is backed by Beltane Asset Management and ties in with broader plans to revitalise Cannon Street and Transport for London’s proposed new entrance for Bank Station.
Construction work is expected to start in December 2014 and complete by the end of 2015.
Architects: Morrow + Lorraine
Location: 108 Cannon Street, London EC4N 6EU
Type of Project: Refurbishment
Structural Engineers: Elliot Wood
Project Architect: Greg Niziskiotis
Architect : Morrow + Lorraine Architects, Project Management : GVA Second London Wall, Quantity surveyor : Leslie Clark Construction Consultants, Structural Engineer : Elliot Wood, Services Engineer : Mecserve, Planning consultant : Geraldeve, Approved Inspector : Butler & Young, Fire Consultant : Exova Warringtonfire, Heritage & Townscape Consultant : Kevin Murphy Heritage, Neighbourly Matters Consultant : GVA Schatunowski Brooks, Party Wall Consultant : GVA Schatunowski Brooks, CGI Consultant : Dowling Jones & Stone
Client: Beltane Asset Management
Gross internal floor area: 6,784m²
M&e consultant: Mecserve
Quantity surveyor: Leslie Clark Construction Consultants
Planning supervisor: Geraldeve
Annual co2 emissions: The Approved Document L2A 2010 (ADL2A) requires that the Building CO2 Emissions Rate (BER) of the proposed development is equal to or lower than a calculated Target CO2 Emissions Rate (TER). In order to meet BREEAM office 2008 ENE 1 the building design will meet an EPC rating of less than 40.