Double height façade module creating a distinctly residential scale.
A bustling Oxford Street at rush hour with Park House knitting a city block back into the townscape. Image Credit: Charlotte Wood
The newly erected and final third crane joins the other two cranes on the 1 New Street Square site, to ensure that all corners of the site are fully accessible.
August 2014 Photo of the month: 3 Merchant Square caught in strong sunlight, highlighting the richly articulated façade and palette of materials.
View looking west along Oxford Street during construction.
View looking West along Oxford Street at rush hour.
The East facing elevation enjoys a formal presence with Hortensia Road.
3MS Site Progress
3 Merchant Square - Site progress
May 2014 Photo of the month : An arching crane on the 1 New Street Square site.
Park House is a sensitive intervention in the urban fabric, enjoying a comfortable and polite relationship with its neighbours.
Wayfinding signage is colour coded for each building in the masterplan, assisting with navigation through the combined basements.
July 2014 Photo of the month : A close up of 3 Merchant Square’s chandelier. A seam of gold leaf running through its centre, enhancing the light as it shines through the glass.
June 2014 Photo of the month: 1 New Street Square make it three in a row as the diggers compete to be top of the pile.
The London Skyline resembles a city on fire above the ongoing basement works at 1 New Street Square.
At 3 Merchant Square residential apartments and the hit and miss balconies overlooking the canal animate the façade.
Articulation of the façade where every room has a Juliette or recessed balcony.
The strength and clarity of the masterplan’s investment in public realm encourages higher value development and permits a greater degree of expression
Rendered aerial view of 1 New Street Square
Merchant Square - Site progress.
External dining terrace to penthouse on the 19th floor with clear views acorss the landmarks of central London
We are delighted to announce that for the second year in a row, we have won the AJ100 ‘Best Place to Work : London & South East’ award 2014.
Major milestone reached following the topping out ceremony in July and the conclusion of the level 17 steel work the first tower crane at 3 Merchant Square has now been removed from site.
Mature trees creates a heightened sense of arrival to a building whose overall form appears as an integral part of the landscape.
April 2014 Photo of the month: The improvising diggers on site at 1 New Street Square.
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A façade of glass, anodised aluminium and reconstituted stone.
Park elevation with its prominent stair towers.
Site progress - 3 Merchant Square
Swindon - Site Progress.
Components for bespoke reception furniture.