Green light for Feilden Clegg Bradley’s Vauxhall timber office

FCBS timber office 3

Building will be net zero for up to 60 years

Lambeth council has given the green light to a timber-framed office block designed by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.

The six-storey building, drawn up for client Bywater Properties, will occupy a 0.14ha site in Vauxhall wedged between the Waterloo railway viaduct and Old Paradise Gardens, a historic park which was originally part of the grounds of the nearby Lambeth Palace.

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