MoreySmith

110 Cannon Street

March 2012

Client:

USS/Landsec

Project:

Refurbishment of 80,000 sq ft building

Scope:

A new façade up to second-floor level with illuminated mesh panels creating the new entrance and reception. The project also includes twelve storeys of category A office space, creation of new retail areas and a sedum roof and common parts

Our role:

Interior architectural design, lead designer

“110 Cannon Street is a project that reflects the multi-faceted expertise of MoreySmith. The design-led architectural changes to the façade, coupled with a highly detailed interior refurbishment and innovative use of materials, have revitalised this corner of Cannon Street. In the current climate, high end occupiers demand quality of design and 110 Cannon Street delivers.”

Linda Morey- Burrows, Principal Director, MoreySmith

The project required a major refurbishment of an 11-storey office building in Cannon Street in the City of London. The design includes a complete reworking of the first two storeys of the façade, reception and the refurbishment of the office space.

A new façade was created with two new ‘wings’ veiled by a 4m high bespoke anodised aluminium mesh façade. The reception area underwent a complete overhaul resulting in a professional and efficient environment overlaid with unusual finishes to inject warmth and personality.  Bespoke elements injected the hi-spec element demanded by the client and included specially commissioned artworks; white glass and acrylic chandeliers by Eva Menz, and beautifully crafted bespoke leather ripple panels in the lift lobby.

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