A new timber co-working building in Shoreditch
4 May 2017
BuckleyGrayYeoman has secured planning consent for a new build 51,000 sq ft co-working office building at 74 Rivington Street in Shoreditch, on behalf of The Office Group. Designed to cater to the area’s renowned cluster of start-up businesses, Black and White 2 as the project is informally known, will provide purpose-built co-working space in one of the largest cross-laminated timber (CLT) buildings in London.
The new building at 74 Rivington Street in Shoreditch will replace the existing Black and White Building, which has been operating as an Office Group location after being given a light-touch refurbishment by BuckleyGrayYeoman in 2013. As a new building designed with an eye on the former industrial conversions in the Shoreditch area, 74 Rivington Street will build on the success of the Black and White Building, delivering characterful space purpose-built for co-working.
74 Rivington Street will be built using a structure based on CLT panels and Glue-laminated beams, and will be one of the largest commercial new builds in the UK to take advantage of the construction method, which offers environmental benefits through reduced carbon emissions and saves time on site thanks to off-site construction.