Category Archives: Mixed Use

Berners Street sits in the heart of London’s West End, a few minutes walk north of Oxford Street. BuckleyGrayYeoman has been appointed to design a new mixed use scheme to replace both existing buildings.

Work at 42 Berners Street is progressing at pace, and we expect to complete this summer.  This mixed use development is replacing two buildings that were dated and inefficient.  The new building will comprise of attractive office spaces from 1st to 7th, with retail at ground and lower ground floors.  High quality materials are used throughout, including a portland stone front façade and bespoke joinery internally.  The frame is now complete and the façade cladding is well under way.

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One Poultry

21 November 2017

BuckleyGrayYeoman have been commissioned to re-establish the iconic One Poultry building as a Grade A Headquarter office and retail building. Read more here

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Department W

21 November 2017

 

Department W, the former Wickham’s Department Store is a building located on Mile End Road, in the heart of Whitechapel. This Iconic property was built in the late 1920′s and is well know for the holdout unit, which splits the neo-classical facade in two. Read more here

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BuckleyGrayYeoman have recently been appointed by developer First Base as masterplanner and architects for a new 300,000 ft2 mixed use scheme on the site of the former Amex House in Brighton. Early designs for Edwards Street Quarter show that the site will accommodate approximately 150-200 homes alongside around 150,000- 200,000 ft2 of commercial space. The centre of the site will feature a new landscaped square, while we will look into reinstate Mighell Street, which once cut across the site, providing a pedestrian route that will run through the centre of the development. The project is expected to be submitted for planning early 2018.

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BuckleyGrayYeoman have recently received planning consent on behalf of Aitch Group for a mixed use scheme along Regents Canal in the London Borough of Hackney. The eight storey scheme consists of over 3800 sqm of commercial space from basement to first floors with 40 residential units comprised of 1, 2 or 3 bedroom apartments above. The external facade steps in response to the shape of the site and its surrounding context. The massing of the street-facing elevations is distinguished by two complimentary brick tones which create a robust architectural language of two interlocking building forms, meeting on the corner of the…

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