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77 Farringdon Road

London, UK

Historic building in Clerkenwell offering six floors of warehouse style accommodation with exposed brickwork walls and underfloor air conditioning installed throughout

Total Area

1955 sq.m

System
CAM-V equivalent

2007 | 2018 Refurbishment

This historic building in Clerkenwell was constructed in 1882 as the London premises of Lincolnshire engineering firm, Marshall Sons & Co, inspiring the recently building name, “The Bondworks”.   In 2007, a full refurbishment was completed incorporating an underfloor air conditioning system.

In 2018, a further refurbishment was completed for the building owners, NFU mutual, and the building now offers six floors of warehouse style accommodation, featuring exposed brickwork walls and optimum natural light due to the prominent corner position.  AET Flexible Space supplied upgraded control boards for the existing zone downflow units and 140 new Fantiles for the speculative Category-A accommodation.

Architect = Buckley Gray Yeoman

Developer = Redab Properties Plc

End User = Steelcase Furniture | DSA Engineering


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