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Old Oak Common, London, UK, 2014

Sitting on a key arterial entry point into the wider Old Oak masterplan, the proposal forms a new landmark building in the form of a 15 storey point block. The building provides 44 new dwellings and associated ground floor commercial spaces, activating the street frontage on this pivotal gateway junction.

The new building completes the southern end of an urban block with its tower acting as a focal point for a new pedestrian routes between key transport links within the masterplan.

The proposal is characterised by its expressed lintels countered by angled piers in fine precast red pigmented concrete.

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