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Witherford Watson Mann wins go-ahead for Hoxton business centre

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Witherford Watson Mann has won planning for this 8,500m² business centre in Hoxton, east London

PROJECT DATA

The project will replace the existing 1970s-built business centre on the site with a new building providing workspaces, support for start-ups, a café, and meeting rooms.

The Stirling Prize-winning practice’s designs respond to the conservation area near to Hoxton’s Geffrye Museum in the London Borough of Hackney.

The building, which varies between three and six storeys and features a central atrium space, will be built from a purply-brown engineering brick.

The scheme is expected to start on site in next year.

Witherford Watson Mann Cremer Street

Witherford Watson Mann Cremer Street

Project data

Location 37 Cremer Street, Hackney, London
Type of project Business Centre, with office/studio/workshop units
Architect Witherford Watson Mann Architects
Client Workspace Group
Structural engineer Momentum
Planning consultant Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners
Transport consultant TTP Consulting
Rights of light consultant Waldrams
BREEAM assessor SRL Technical Services
M&E consultant Max Fordham
Start on site date Autumn 2016
Gross internal floor area 8,511m2

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Derek Milne

    The interior looks like a refurbished prison hall.

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  • Looks lovely to me Del Boy. That's what we need. More flexible workspace designed by good architects. Keep it up WWM and Workspace! Could we fit some flats on top?



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  • Useful space, admittedly, but the roof lines are creeping inexorably skywards, aren't they?
    London only makes economic sense if it swells (or bloats)?

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