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NEWS IN PICTURES

Heading for the ‘Stratosphere’ in Stratford

 

IN BRIEF

UK planning rules to be eased to allow an extra storey

Extra storeys could be added to London's homes, shops and offices without planni...

Perkins+Will's Los Angeles studio announces new leadership for Corporate and Commercial Projects

The Los Angeles office of global architecture and design firm Perkins+Will has a...

Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Principal Jon Jackson has died

Jon C. Jackson, FAIA, retired principal of national architecture firmBohlin Cywi...

EVENTS

20.11.2018 

WAN Awards presentation 

World Architecture News are pleased to announce that the ninth annual awards presentation   ...read more

Stockwool completes detailed design and the construction phase of a new housing project in the heart of Stratford in north-east London
Stratosphere, designed by Stockwool for Telford Homes, has transformed a brownfield site adjacent to Stratford station in north-east London into two buildings boasting striking views. With 342 new homes, the buildings comprise of an 11 storey brick-clad building, with retail and office accommodation at ground to second floor levels and 62 apartments above, and a 36 storey glazed building, with retail accommodation at ground floor level and 280 private apartments above plus a gym, a residents’ lounge at 35 th  floor level, and a stunning rooftop garden offering uninterrupted panoramic views across the Lea Valley, the Olympic site and further west towards the City of London. Entry into the residential cores of each building is via a linked podium structure featuring the main concierge space and shared entrance lobby. The creation of good quality amenity space has been cent

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