One Pear Place Waterloo Building

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One Pear Place Waterloo Building

Contemporary English Architecture in South West London – design by KYSON Architects

1 Nov 2016

One Pear Place Waterloo Building

Design: KYSON Architects

One Pear Place Waterloo Building

One Pear Place Waterloo London

Situated at the junction of Waterloo Road, Baylis Road and The Cut the scheme comprises a mix of retail, office and residential forming part of a greater regeneration project (also by Kyson) that includes the neighbouring ‘Fire Station’ and two other adjoining sites.

One Pear Place Waterloo London

The massing is informed by the historic street plan reinstating an important anchor to the cruciform townscape, whilst the articulation and materiality mediates between two distinct character areas resulting in a building that is simplistically elegant and intelligently conceived.

To Baylis Road the building is conceived as two elements on a faceted building line relating to the scale and rhythm of the parade whilst Waterloo Road sees the building take on a larger singular form that responds to the scale and form of The Old Vic Theatre (opposite) and the Fire Station (adjacent).

Sector: Retail / Office / Residential
Location: Waterloo, London
Size: 2600 sqm
Date: 2014 – 2017

One Pear Place Waterloo Building images / information from KYSON Architects


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