53-57 Brompton Road, London

No.53-57 Brompton Road is one of a series of interventions we have been asked to make on behalf of Chelsfield on their Knightsbridge Estate in west London.

The project involved the ‘opening out’ of three adjacent spaces to create one large space that would be attractive to many small boutique firms – lawyers, accontants, agents.

The material pallete is simple, brick is cleaned and left exposed where possible, oak floors are introduced for warmth and ‘perimeter’ walls left white plaster with new insets – kitchenette/WC’s contained within contrasting dark grey cubes.

Embassy Tower, Cairo

Munkenbeck+Marshall project, Stephen Marshall Partner in charge

A 20-storey office structure with podium accommodation building, built on a riverside site in a prominent middle eastern city. The ‘Brise Solei’ acts as solar/privacy screening. With this building only the top five floors are full plate leaving a 15-storey atrium below. The building has its own heliport and basement marina where a subterranean link allows powerboat access to the river and corniche beyond.

Bermondsey Square Offices

Value: £28.5m
Client: Igloo Regeneration
Construction: mid – 2004
Munkenbeck+Marshall project, Stephen Marshall Partner in charge

This forms the office component of the Bermondsey Square project. The spaces are highly flexible with good views to the square and to the south.

Regents Place Offices

Value: withheld
Client: British Land
Construction: 2005
Munkenbeck+Marshall project, Stephen Marshall Partner in charge

The office component of the mixed-use scheme at Regent’s Place. This office scheme is unusual in that it removes all internal columns giving maximum flexibility. The exterior is clad in glass louvres which extend to the roof to screen plant.

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