Centre Point
Almacantar
Architecture
 
In 2011 we were appointed by London developer, Almacantar, as Architects and Interiors Designers with a brief to revive Centre Point’s iconic tower, making good on original developer Harry Hyam’s promise of a creating a thriving London Landmark.

The new scheme includes change of use from office to 82 high-end residential apartments that range from 80 sqm homes to a spectacular 600 sqm double-level penthouse apartment. Our appointment covers full services from planning through to completion for shell and core, interior design and apartment fit-out.
 
The 1960s tower, originally designed by Richard Seifert, is set to form a key part of the overhaul of the surrounding Tottenham Court Road area where work is on-going to overhaul the existing underground station and build a new Crossrail station. Our work is part of a wider scheme to regenerate the adjacent Centre Point buildings and to create a new public square at its base.

The grade-II listed Centre Point Tower will be upgraded to cut energy consumption with a new high performance glazing system, internal high performance insulation and a central combined heat and power system.

This project is due to complete in summer 2018.
In 2011 we were appointed by London developer, Almacantar, as Architects and Interiors Designers with a brief to revive Centre Point’s iconic tower, making good on original developer Harry Hyam’s promise of a creating a thriving London Landmark.

The new scheme includes change of use from office to 82 high-end residential apartments that range from 80 sqm homes to a spectacular 600 sqm double-level penthouse apartment. Our appointment covers full services from planning through to completion for shell and core, interior design and apartment fit-out.
 
The 1960s tower, originally designed by Richard Seifert, is set to form a key part of the overhaul of the surrounding Tottenham Court Road area where work is on-going to overhaul the existing underground station and build a new Crossrail station. Our work is part of a wider scheme to regenerate the adjacent Centre Point buildings and to create a new public square at its base.

The grade-II listed Centre Point Tower will be upgraded to cut energy consumption with a new high performance glazing system, internal high performance insulation and a central combined heat and power system.

This project is due to complete in summer 2018.
 
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We are rejuvenating [a piece of] architecture that still possesses a great deal of flair. Our task has been to marry the spirit of the building, with the equally vibrant and creative spirit of London today.
 
Tim Bowder-Ridger, CEO | Senior Partner of Conran and Partners
 
 
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