The conversion of an office building located in the Grosvenor Gardens Conservation Area for The Grosvenor Estate.
The site was redeveloped to provide 23 intermediate affordable housing units over three existing and one new floor with retail spaces at ground and basement.
The apartments were designed and constructed to be operable as efficiently as possible and the retail units were taken to shell & core including replacement shopfronts and stonework.
The regeneration and conversion of a rather tired 1960s built office block into commercial and residential accommodation was completed by Legendre UK, under a D&B contract for BNP Paribas Real Estate.
The scheme originally designed by Squire & Partners for two floors of commercial space and fourteen floors of residential accommodation with basement parking and storage was taken to tender stage by A&Q. The successful tenderer Legendre, in winning their first UK contract, appointed Moxley Architects as the lead designer to make further changes to the approval via the client and Camden planners, produce the final working drawings and progress the project on site.
The original roof structure was removed and three additional floor levels added, as well as major remodelling of the reinforced concrete frame.
The development also includes an element of affordable housing incorporated in a stand alone building adjacent to the tower.
Situated in the heart of Mayfair and for The Grosvenor Estate, 18-22 Weighhouse Street was a project to provide two new retail units and two luxury apartments.
The scheme involved the conversion and remodelling of the lower ground, ground and first floors of a 19th century building to create contemporary retail and residential spaces.
Moxley Architects gained planning approval for this new build, mixed use scheme on the corner of Bayswater Road and Inverness Terrace. Thirteen residential units over A1 retail space at ground floor with basement parking. In addition the design incorporates staff facilities and a dedicated servicing / loading bay in Inverness Terrace.
Moxley Architects were commissioned to both masterplan and then develop individual parcels of land making up the original Clapham North Industrial Estate. This predominantly residential section of the masterplan occupies the Clapham Road frontage of the site, providing twenty nine apartments above commercial space at ground floor level. Street elevations were designed to balance those of the adjoining Savoy Laundry site which was also designed by Moxley Architects.
Moxley Architects were appointed to both masterplan and then develop individual parcels of land making up the original Clapham North Industrial Estate. The majority of the rear part of the site provides a mixed use scheme comprising fourteen high quality residential apartments and 7200 sq.ft of commercial office space set around landscaped courtyards.
A 1.5 acre site in Clapham, previously occupied by the laundry facilities of the Savoy Hotel, was successfully redeveloped as a mixed use scheme comprising 147.000 sq.ft of office, retail and open-market and affordable residential development over basement parking for 120 cars.
Moxley Architects prepared feasibility studies and held detailed negotiations with the local planning authority. The proposals were successfully steered through to approval via planning appeal. The scheme is now fully built out and operational.
The Clapham Road frontage provides approximately 15,000 sq.ft of flexible retail space, complete with staff and storage facilities. Above the retail space, there is flexible office space of approximately 40,000 sq.ft over two floors, topped by one level of residential units.