The transformation of 100 De Beauvoir Road from mixed-use office and residential to contemporary office space has achieved practical completion.
Refurbishment of the Victorian building has included an additional new storey with external terrace, creating 14,000 square foot of high-quality workspace across four floors.
In keeping with neighbouring 92-98 De Beauvoir Road and the wider vernacular, the building uses traditional yellow London stock brickwork, with architects Henley Halebrown taking inspiration from the building’s former industrial use as a warehouse for a furniture production company.
Internally, a combination of exposed steel and timber columns and beams, and exposed brickwork are a nod to the building’s industrial aesthetic, whilst the high ceilings, steel framed windows and an open plan interior provide plenty of natural light.
The gated forecourt provides a welcoming entrance, as well as secure bicycle storage, leading into lobbies with oak herringbone flooring, giving a clean and modern feel to the workspace. To the rear, the private courtyard offers a pleasant outdoor space.
Sullivan Brothers Construction Ltd began work in January 2020, completing in March this year. The refurbishment has included new services, flooring, external walkways, WCs and shower rooms.
Josh Summers, Head of Commercial Lettings at the Benyon Estate, said: “Number 100 is the next phase in the redevelopment of De Beauvoir Road, alongside the office space at number 98 next door and the co-working and workspaces in De Beauvoir Block at 92-96.
"This is an exciting milestone and we are extremely proud to see the vibrant business hub that has been created in the heart of De Beauvoir Town."
"This is an exciting milestone and we are extremely proud to see the vibrant business hub that has been created in the heart of De Beauvoir Town.
Photos copyright @Stefan Jakubowski / The Benyon Estate