Loader Image
Visit us on Facebook:

The design divides the site into four ‘modern mansion blocks’ – which vary in height to mediate between the substantial massing of Hindon Court on Wilton Road to the west; and the lower levels of Gillingham Row to the north, the Conservation Area to the south and the Queen Mother Sports Centre (QMSC) to the east.


The base of the building is tiled with glazed ceramics to resonate with the frontages of ‘public’ buildings nearby (e.g. pubs and stations) – and is sculpted into arched forms that echo some of the finer ground floor architectural treatments found locally.


The upper parts are a combination of light buff London stock brick (as on Gillingham Row) and white detailing common to Pimlico.


The roofs are a contemporary take on historic pitched and butterfly geometries found in local roof forms.

  • Delivering sustainable development of brownfield land within Westminster and making efficient use of land within the Central Activities Zone
  • Developing additional office floorspace, consistent with the strategic objectives at all tiers of planning policy, seeking to promote commercial uses in this location;
  • Redeveloping a building to provide high quality and modern office accommodation, with higher efficiency in the floorplate to provide an intensification of the employment generation on Site;
  • Introducing modern and high quality retail units, activating the street frontage further and contributing towards the vitality and viability of the CAZ Frontage in this location;
  • Introducing new and more self-contained residential accommodation and replacing the existing stock which is of low quality;
  • Providing a high quality design that enhances the character and appearance of the area;
  • Improving the public realm along Wilton Road and resolving congestion and servicing issues that currently affect the street.