Bankside 123, South London Buildings, Architect, Photos, Project, Location, Images
Bankside 123 London : Southwark Building
Southwark Property Development, UK – design by Allies & Morrison, architects
28 Apr 2013
Bankside 1,2 & 3 – towers
Southwark Bridge Road, Bankside, south London
Design: Allies & Morrison
Bankside 1/2/3 represents the next logical step in the transformation of the South Bank, building on the success of nearby Tate Modern. This major Southwark development consists of three buildings on a prime site between Tate Modern and Southwark Street. Together, they span 378,889 of office space and 37,673 square feet of retail accommodation, all linked by a series of pedestrian thoroughfares and public spaces.
Photo © Keepclicking – added 10 Sep 2012:
In keeping with the spirit of the area, the developers have made a major investment in public art, including the Monument to the Unknown Artist, an animatronic artwork that mimics the body language of passing pedestrians. A series of imaginative events has also helped inject a sense of energy and community into the area.
Photographs © Adrian Welch Sep 2008
Bankside 1/2/3 consists of three buildings
Tenants include RBS + IPC Media
Type: Mixed Use
Net Internal Areas Office: 35,200 sqm / Retail: 3,500 sqm
The developer made a major investment in public art, including the Monument to the Unknown Artist, an animatronic artwork that mimics the body language of passing pedestrians.
Allies & Morrison office – opposite, south of the development:
Bankside 123 design : Allies & Morrison
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Major Building close by to Bankside 123:
Royal Festival Hall Building
photo © Dennis Gilbert
London City Hall
Foster + Partners
photo © Nick Weall
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