Mixed-use Shoreditch scheme incorporates remnants of building destroyed in WWII
Architecture practice Stiff + Trevillion has completed a 433,600 sq ft mixed-use scheme in Shoreditch.
The development, located on the historic junction of Paul Street and Leonard Street, has created new office, retail and residential space across five storeys.
Stiff + Trevillion’s designs for the site incorporated a Grade II-listed wall – the remnant of a neighbouring ecclesiastical building destroyed during bombing raids in the Second World War.
The company said the project marks a “critical phase” in bringing new coherence and increased public activity to South Shoreditch.
The site’s residential and office elements have access to a lower courtyard, partially formed by the listed wall. The access space could be used as gallery space.
Construction work was delivered by J Murphy & Sons.
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