Contractor McLaughlin & Harvey Limited
Located in Braham Street, directly above Algade East tube station, One Braham is a eighteen-storey building consisting of tempting offices and a ground floor retail area.
It has been designed by the architects Wilkinson Eyre with a commercial purpose.
The overall area is stretched for 320,000 sq. ft. with a triple access point floorplates of 20,000 sq.ft.
Glass is one of the main material. Used in various coloration, it differs for its level of transparency.
The exposed ceilings, large roof terraces and an internal winter atrium features this innovative construction: a positive addition to the breathtaking London skyline. Thanks to its structure, this architectural scheme offers an astonishing sunset view.
One Braham project presents an exceptional chance to turn into a leisure and growing work location. The new development will overtake current requirements for environmental and sustainability standards and it is supposed to be delivered in 2020.
Unitised structurally silicone glazed system with external vertical aluminium fins
Stick curtain wall system at ground floor with glass fins
High transparency atrium and projecting "soft corners" façade
WilkinsonEyre is one of the world's leading architectural practices with a portfolio of national and international award-winning projects. Since its inception in 1983, it has built a portfolio of bold, beautiful, intelligent architecture in sectors as diverse as culture, sport and leisure, education, infrastructure, residential, office and large-scale masterplanning. The practice's work is based on an informed use of technology and materials and combines a commitment to the spirit of the new with an awareness of context. This approach has won the practice numerous awards, including the prestigious RIBA Lubetkin Prize for both the Guangzhou International Finance Center and the cooled conservatories at Gardens by the Bay, and the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture for the Gateshead Millennium Bridge and Magna. Chris Wilkinson set up Chris Wilkinson Architects in 1983. Jim Eyre, a former colleague, joined him and became a partner in 1987, and WilkinsonEyre was established in 1999. Today, the practice has eight directors who work on projects individually, or together, sharing skills and experience to establish quality and continuity of design.