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28 PROJECT REPORT: RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS


Bay Levels 33-57 1 2


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ABOVE 1: Loft 2: Cluster 3: Bay 4: Overlay of all levels


BELOW Floor layout of one of the Bay typology’s floors


Cluster Levels 10-32


Loft Levels 02-09


The tower combines distinct typologies, each of which are easily distinguishable on the skyscraper’s exterior – it’s envisaged that each will ‘re-examine city living’


483-apartment skyscraper pitched at the luxury sector, and is Herzog & de Meuron’s first residential project in the UK. While the building has been designed to fit harmo- niously into its surroundings, and certainly befits the prestige of its waterfront location, the cylindrical design provides a strong contrast to the almost exclusively orthogo- nal, glass-clad buildings across the estate. Sir George Iacobescu CBE, chairman and CEO of the Canary Wharf Group, outlined the project and its architects’ contribution: “One Park Drive represents the best of Canary Wharf, as our private estate develops into a new destination for London. “We have collaborated with architects who share our vision for what 21st century urban living can be.


“They have designed a building which is not just a unique piece of architecture but


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something which will set the standard for everything that follows.”


Design


Swiss firm Herzog & de Meuron’s reputation needs little introduction, the practice having been awarded the Pritzker Prize in 2001. Their portfolio includes landmark projects from Beijing National Stadium to the Walker Art Centre, Minnesota. Founded by senior partners Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron, the firm is probably best known in the UK for the transformation of the Bankside Power Station into the new home of the Tate Modern.


The 21st century has often been called


the ‘Age of Spectacle’, and many modern statement buildings are characterised by architects aspiring first and foremost to


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