132 - 142 Hampstead Road

London. 2014

  • Project Details
  • Completion: 2014
  • Cost: £52 Million
  • Clients: Derwent London plc

This proposed mix-use development in Camden transforms two existing warehouse buildings by reconfiguring the internal space and adding dramatic ‘sky box’ extensions to each building. A triangular 12-storey residential tower replaces the petrol station currently located on the site. The existing underused green space to the south will to be transformed into a more inviting and better connected public open space.

AHMM Models on Display


AHMM Models on Display

Our Study Model for Hampstead Road has been selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition this year on from the 4th June until 12th August. Tickets can be purchased at £10 each on the RA Website.

Models of the Barking Central and Angel Building projects are currently on display in the Bauhaus Live Exhibition at the Aram Gallery in Covent Garden until 15th July.
Read about the exhibition in The Guardian.  


132-142 Hampstead Road


132-142 Hampstead Road

Two disused 1960s warehouses next to Euston Station are being reinvented as a landmark office building by reconfiguring the existing structures and adding new ‘sky box’ extensions to the rooftops. The character of large internal volumes of the warehouses are replicated in the double height new-build floors.

A highly insulated skin will cover the existing buildings and large new window openings created to bring additional daylight. The carefully articulated cladding of the new floors clearly distinguishes them from the existing building and will provide exceptional views across central London. A triangular 12-storey residential tower completes the development which gained planning permission in early 2011 and is due to start on site in 2012.

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