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PROJECT REPORT: MIXED USE SCHEMES


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architects didn’t realise that the surrounding area was largely residential. After redesigning and redeveloping the public realm with features such as ambient lighting, moveable street furniture, timber decking, new stone tiling and landscaping delivering a huge man-made lake next to the motorway, “all the local residents use the space.” Commenting on further spatial peculiarities of the scheme, Roberts says: “It’s mostly the public realm space that leaks into the building.” The public realm surrounding the building was envisioned as the same space as the public areas at the ground floors of Import Buildings and Export Buildings. Overlooking the atrium, the office spaces feature full-height glazing establishing strong visual connections throughout the interior space and giving a sense of openness. Additionally, to render the public realm between Import Building and Export Building even more pedestrian-friendly, transport routes hosting buses and other traffic running through the site have been pruned and a turning cycle at the eastern


ADF OCTOBER 2019


end of the site placed. With its low budget, modest location, and progressive tenancy initiative which curates a healthy blend of occupants based on their specific budgets, Republic is able to offer some of the most competitively priced office space in London. More than a place of business, however, Export Building and its siblings stand a promising chance at supporting a fresh east London destination to both locals and beyond. 


PROJECT FACTFILE


Client: Trilogy Property Architect: Studio RHE Public realm consultants: Made Public


Landscape architects: Studio RHE with Remapp


Structural engineers: Heyne Tillett Steel Transport consultant: Steer Davies Gleave


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