St. Luke’s Partnership
New additions to the existing structure – including the roof truss, zinc-clad roof, and roof light, windows, and reception pavilion are distinguished as modern additions to the existing shell. The accommodation consists of 600m² of Class 3 office space over 3 floors, two of which are mezzanine floors suspended from the new roof structure within the nave.
A suspended stair from the atrium gives access to the upper floors, which include meeting rooms, individual offices, and open plan areas. Services, lift and escape stairs are located within a defined core at the rear of the open plan office areas.
The fit out includes bespoke workstation and storage solutions for both individual and open plan offices, defining workgroups with storage units housing drawing and file storage. Renamed as Thomas Burgh House – in honor of the original architect – the offices are full of light and space, with views across voids through the existing windows.
Peter Cox - Director, St. Luke’s Partnership