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Trehearne unwraps Coca Cola's London HQ

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Trehearne Architects has completed the refurbishment of this Edwardian office block in Westminster, London

The Holborn-based practice has enlarged and refurbished the Edwardian building in the Harley Street Conservation Area that will become Coca Cola’s European headquarters.

Bronze-clad floor to ceiling bay windows look into a central lightwell around which the four storeys of office space are arranged.

Mechanical plant rooms on the top of the building have been replaced with a glazed function room and two large roof terraceshave been added to both the front and rear of the office.

Architect’s view

Keith Møller, partner, Trehearne Architects

The building has now been revived and our design has unified the disparate elements, creating a balance between original features and modern additions. We have also gone one step further to create maximum space, including a new glazed fourth floor that Coca-Cola could use as an event space.

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Project data

Structural engineer Price & Myers
Architect Trehearne Architects
Tender date November 2011
Start on site April 2012
Contract duration 12 months
Gross internal floor area 7,000m²
Form of contract and/or procurement JCT Design and Build Contract 2011
M&E consultant Aecom
Quantity surveyor Northcroft (now part of Capita Symonds)
Planning consultant CBRE
CDM coordinator Quantem
Main contractor Galliford Try

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