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Revealed: latest images of Urban Splash’s Stubbs Mill revamp

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Urban Splash has revealed new images of its ongoing revamp of Stubbs Mill in New Islington, Manchester

The scheme by Manchester-based Sixtwo Architects, which started on site last year, will see the former machine works converted into 2,550m2 of office space. 

Built between 1880 and 1930 Stubbs Mill was previously a machine works which assembled machinery Ancoats’ surrounding textile mills. 

The scheme strips back the building to its original features including exposed steel beams, brickwork and machinery. It also includes a north lit roof with 4m-tall ceiling heights. 

The office development also features a full height atrium, break-out spaces, and a private courtyard.

 

Stubbs Mill by sixtwo architects

Project data

Location Manchester
Type of project offices
Client Urban Splash
Architect Sixtwo Architects
Start on site 2015
Completion date Summer 2016
Area 2,550m2

Stubbs Mill by sixtwo architects
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