his three-storey office suite has been refurbished throughout with a unique frameless glass façade to match the persona of Shoreditch. The commercial offices have recently undergone a contemporary renovation to each floor and courtyard area including newly painted elevations, a new feature wall of glazing and a modern internal refurbishment.
The remaining two floors hold two residential apartments with access to a private roof terrace providing fantastic views of the city.
Rivington Street runs directly through the centre of the Shoreditch Triangle with direct access to Standard Place through the courtyard. The idyllic central location is perfect for the commercial office space in such an established and affluent area. Shoreditch retains its edgy and urban character, whilst being considered one of the most diverse, thriving and desirable London locations.
The contemporary glass façade allows natural light to pour into the offices as the narrow, built-up location can often shadow the building. The large elevation of glazing maximises the daylight creating a better working and living environment.
The decorative aspect of yellow coloured glass provides the vibrant, colourful addition to the glass façade. The infused coloured glass creates an impressive eye-catching design as well as providing a bit more privacy to the offices but still allowing the light to penetrate.
To keep the eye-catching design LED strip lights have been installed behind the coloured glass, backlighting the glazed facade in the evenings.
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