IOTA was commissioned to supply Corten Steel planters, including timber seating, for the Notting Dale Village Campus development in West London.
All items were fabricated from 3.0mm Corten Steel, pre-weathered before shipment, and the seating timbers were European Oak. The complete Scope of Works comprised:
Notting Dale Village is a new business campus, comprising three seven-storey buildings, set around the focal point of the central Sculpture Park. These three blocks – the Yellow Building, the White Building and the Studio Building – offer open-plan floorplates to establish flexible new workplaces totaling more than 300,000 square feet. They are supplemented by a restaurant at the scheme’s centre; and future phases will include a residential building, a hotel, and a mixed-use building comprising office, light industrial, retail and residential uses. The development has included a substantial investment in communal event spaces and public art, celebrating the site’s history as an area once known for its piggeries, brick works, slum housing and Frestonia (an anarchist commune).
|Sub-sector||Public realm & streetscape Offices and mixed-use developments|
|Services provided||Design Manufacture Supply|
|Contractor / Client||Princebuild Limited / Adena Property Investments Inc|
|Consultant||Allford Hall Monaghan Morris|
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