Located a short distance from Chancery Lane, Bureau 90 Fetter Lane has been transformed into a signature building which champions workplace design. Achieving a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent,’ the sophisticated, energy efficient building provides flexible Grade A offices.
Chosen for its full accessibility and superb integration capabilities, SAS330 tartan grid configuration was fitted throughout the office spaces. In other areas such as the corridors and washrooms SAS330 was installed in single rows. Perforated at 49% open area the tiles faintly expose the soffit, creating a striking and modern aesthetic. To enhance the desired industrial look requested by John Robertson Architects, the panels were finished in PPC Metallic Grey and Tele Grey for the C-profiles.
SAS International completed a significant amount of work alongside subcontractor, Roskel to ensure the ceiling could be installed within the complicated building geometry. Over 50 different configurations of C-profiles were used to produce a seamless fit with the perimeter details and columns. SAS also designed the C-profiles with specific locating holes to enable noggins and services to fix accurately within the variable ceiling module.
Over floors one to five, an ‘odd-leg’ C-profile was installed at the perimeter as a stepped bulkhead onto the plasterboard margin. To accommodate the internal and external corners, made-to-measure welded corner pieces were manufactured by SAS.
Completed in 2018, this extensive refurbishment featuring a two-storey extension is now a striking central London office space which is the pinnacle of modern, sustainable design.
Evans Randall Investors
John Robertson Architects
Roskel Contracts Ltd