Butler's Wharf
Butler's Wharf Limited
Architecture
 
The regeneration of the Butler’s Wharf estate, close to Tower Bridge, was a twenty-year project that has seen a formerly derelict area of redundant Victorian warehousing transformed into a thriving community of restaurants, bars, shops, galleries, flats and offices.
 
We drew up the original masterplan for the site in 1983, designed a number of new buildings and converted others. These included the Design Museum and the Butler’s Wharf Building, with its flats, offices and famous Conran Restaurants. The area is now recognised as one of the UK’s most significant urban regeneration projects.
The regeneration of the Butler’s Wharf estate, close to Tower Bridge, was a twenty-year project that has seen a formerly derelict area of redundant Victorian warehousing transformed into a thriving community of restaurants, bars, shops, galleries, flats and offices.
 
We drew up the original masterplan for the site in 1983, designed a number of new buildings and converted others. These included the Design Museum and the Butler’s Wharf Building, with its flats, offices and famous Conran Restaurants. The area is now recognised as one of the UK’s most significant urban regeneration projects.
 
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A key part in the transformation of Butler's Wharf has been the vision of the design team. They have created the conditions that have made it one of London's most attractive neighbourhoods.
 
Deyan Sudjic, Director of the Design Museum
 
 
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