paramount make their mark on London

Amy
Tuesday 01 Nov 2011

New apartment building in London's design centre on the horizon for new practice

Having been created just last year by former head of Conran & Partners Richard Doone, new practice paramount architects + designers are setting to work on an exciting first project.

With 25 years of experience in architecture and design projects, Doone and his award-winning team have recently secured detailed planning consent for a new 600m2, four-storey apartment building in Compton Street, Clerkenwell, one of the focal points of London's architecture and design scene.

The building, which is being created for Nord Development, comprises four large apartments, one on each floor, on the site of a disused electrical substation. Construction commences in Spring 2012 and is due for completion in Spring 2013.

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United Kingdom
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