One Crown Place Shortlisted in the AJ Architecture Awards
The large residential development in London has been recognised in the Mixed-Use category of the AJ Architecture awards.
One Crown Place has been shortlisted for the AJ architecture awards for the prestigious Mixed-Use category. The project is a mix of office, hotel, residential and retail spaces, to provide an ultimate space for optimal use. The development includes various existing and new character building, forming two grand residential towers. A retained Georgian terrace lines the boundary of the complex as well as a 1970’s office that was retrofitted for the project.
One Crown Place is home to 246 high-end apartments, described as ‘quietly luxurious’, as well as a boutique hotel with an exclusive members club and premium office spaces. The eclectic addition to London’s skyline uses bespoke internal glazing with modern architectural elements to create light-filled living spaces that are the epitome of modern elegance.
Each of the luxury apartments followed a slightly different layout and they varied in size, meaning we had to design the internal bifold doors in many different sizes and configurations. To adhere to building regulations, the skyscraper incorporated modern winter gardens into each of the apartments. The steel-look aluminium bi-folds can be fully open for an open plan layout or pulled close to separate the winter gardens from the main living space.
You can read the case study to discover more about the glazing systems used at One Crown Place, or get in touch if you have a project of this nature that you’d like to discuss with us.