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Old Admiralty Building

Facts

Location Client Completion
London, UK Mace July 2020

Project details

The refurbishment and upgrade of the Grade II listed Old Admiralty Building, which was once occupied by Winston Churchill and Ian Fleming, was delivered by our interdisciplinary team working with Hoare Lea.

The creative adaptation of this iconic building facing Horse Guards Parade includes the sensitive repair and refurbishment of the historic fabric internally and externally together with a full reservicing and reordering of the building to create approximately 24,000 sqm of flexible, collaborative workspace.  The internal spaces have been modified through a careful programme of architectural adaptations, to optimise the floorplate efficiency and deliver a modern office environment within the constraints of the listed building.

Additional space has been created over two floors for the Government Art Collection. This includes display areas and workshops, a suite of rooms for meetings and administration and bespoke storage solutions  to support the collection’s purpose to promote British Art and its programme of public engagement and outreach.

Integrated services

architecture, principal design, civil and structural engineering, interior design, planning