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76-88 Wardour Street

London, UK

Under Floor Air Conditioning was the ideal solution for overcoming height restrictions whilst maintaining a minimum floor to ceiling height of 2.6 m on all five office floors

Total Area

3, 200 sq m

System
CAM-C Underfloor supply air and underfloor return air

2013 Refurbishment

The iconic building is considered to be one of the earliest sites of public cinema in the UK. Due to its period architecture style and prominent corner location there were a number of design challenges to be overcome in order to attain full air conditioned office status for speculative open plan offices, for example, the building featured unique structural elements around the columns in addition to the floorplate configuration. In particularly shallow areas where the floor void was less than 200mm, the latest TUS-EC slimline Fantile units were installed allowing a minimum floor to ceiling height of 2.6 m to be maintained on all five office floors

BREEAM “Very Good” and EPC “B” rating

Client – Legal & General/Walbrook Land
Architect – RPR Architects
Consultant – URS
M&E Contractor – Designer Group


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