124 Horseferry Road, Channel 4 Television Headquarters

Channel 4 Television Headquarters, London TV Building, Project, Photo, HQ Design

124 Horseferry Road: Channel 4 Television Headquarters

124 Horseferry Road, southwest London – design by Richard Rogers, architect

28 Apr 2013

Channel 4 Television HQ

124 Horseferry Road, southwest London

Channel 4 Television Headquarters, Horseferry Road
1991-94
Design: Richard Rogers Partnership

Photos from 29 Apr 2013:

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photo © Adrian Welch

The Channel Four Television Headquarters building occupies a prominent corner plot near Victoria Station London and comprises approximately 15,000 m² of headquarters, broadcasting suites used for daily news, Film 4, E4 and other associated digital channels, a studio, an underground car park and a landscaped garden square. The building, clad in pewter-coated powder-grey aluminium and glass, occupies the northern and western sides of the site.

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photos © Nick Weall

The two four-storey wings contain office space accommodating up to 600 staff and are arranged in an L-shape, addressing the corner of the street with a curved connecting space framed by two ‘satellite towers’. To the left are four conference rooms stacked one on top of the other, and to the right lifts, boiler flues, and chiller plant, topped by transmission antennae.

Channel 4 TV Headquarters – Building Information

Dates built: 1990-1994
Client: Channel 4 Television
Construction Cost: £38,500,000
Gross Floor Area: 15,000 m²
Location: west London, England, UK

Richard Rogers Architect, RSHP

Address: 124 Horseferry Road, London, England, UK




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