The renovation of 14 Londres was organised around a desire to give the building, inherited from the 1930’s, a heart that was alive and bright, a place for meeting up and chatting with a touch of originality.
Three main buildings were joined together to form an urban block around a central atrium. Topped by a glass roof which lets daylight into the offices located on the basement, ground floor and first floor levels, the atrium creates a deliberate dialogue between the historic construction and its contemporary counterpart.
The wall of vegetation which rises over six floors from inside the atrium to above the glass roof, creates a green link between the project’s different volumes.
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