On 18, Jul 2012 | In Commercial | By cyan
- Project: Park House
- Client: Land Securities
- Architect: Robin Partington Architects
- Project Value: £2.4M
Park House is the first new build mixed development building on Oxford Street for 50 years. Its location makes it unique, with one elevation on Europe’s busiest high streets and another fronting London’s exclusive Mayfair district and which probably makes it one of the most sought after addresses in London.
The building, commissioned by Land Securities and designed by Robin Partington Architects, is an innovative and spectacular project with a curved glass exterior and features 600,000ft2 of prime development split over eight floors of office space, eleven retail units and high end residential apartments.
Fireclads’ work included the Drylining, Ceilings and Firestopping to 11 floors of the shell and core construction together with Ceilings and Skirtings to three floors of Cat A office fit out, and both wall and ceiling insulation to the retail units. In addition to this Fireclad were given the challenging task of supplying and installing the doors throughout the commercial section, ensuring compliance with both the fire regulations and the clients request for oversize ceiling height doors, and also working with the design team to develop and form the sloping/curved columns and bulkheads that follow the unique exterior shape of the building.
Fireclad is proud to have been involved in producing what will become one of the capital’s most iconic buildings.