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A new design remodels existing buildings the distinctive Soho Conservation Area in London
SODA has won planning consent for the substantial renovation and rooftop extension of three adjacent buildings on a key corner site in Soho, central London.
Designed for client Metrus (on behalf of Benesco Charity ltd.) the project is located at the junction of Frith Street and Bateman Street and includes a spectacular sculptural roof pavilion with a folded, Cross-Laminated Timber (CLT) roof.
SODA’s design remodels and upgrades the existing buildings while retaining and enhancing the distinctive character of the Soho Conservation Area context. The three buildings had gradually expanded and merged over the years, resulting in a rabbit warren of inefficiently connected rooms.
A new structural and servicing strategy rationalises circulation with the addition of a new core and the reconfiguration of two internal lightwells. This creates larger, more efficient floorplates for four fl