The Johnson Building, Hatton Garden London

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The Johnson Building

Hatton Garden Mixed-use Development for Derwent London Plc, UK

1 Oct 2008

The Johnson Building, London

2006
Design: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Location: Hatton Garden, EC1N

Photographs © Tim Soar:

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The Johnson Building

An award-winning development, the Johnson Building involved the sensitive refurbishment and enlargement of an existing 1930s structure in Hatton Garden. The building is centred around a spacious, full height atrium, offering both light and volume. Johnson Building won the RIBA London Award 2008.

Grey at Johnson Building

25 Sep 2012 – Derwent London is pleased to announce that existing media tenant Grey, part of the WPP Group, has increased its presence in the Johnson Building, 77 Hatton Garden, London EC1, taking a further 11,100 sqft on the fourth floor. The regeneration of the Johnson Building, completed in 2006, involved the sensitive refurbishment and enlargement of a mid-20th century property in Hatton Garden to give a 157,000 sqft building centred around a spacious, full height atrium. Grey has been a tenant here since 2006 and now occupies in excess of 60,000 sqft.

The Johnson Building – Building Information

Client: Derwent London Plc
Type: Mixed-use / office & residential
Cost: £27m
Location: Hatton Garden, City of London

Awards: RIBA National Award for Architecture 2008

Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Architects

Location:Hatton Garden, London, UK