Aldgate House. Designed in 1970s, refurbished in 2008 and then again in 2017. And today, as part of a phased strategy, the building evolves once more to meet the needs of its owners and occupiers.
Our continuing works at Aldgate House have seen MCM exploring how to keep the building relevant for now, and the future. Led by Associate Director Andrew Tetlow, we are working with the owners, CDL, to rejuvenate the ground floor plane and increase the lettable area of the building. A planning application has been submitted to change the use of part of the building from offices to A3 restaurant, which includes an extension to the existing building.
The architectural intervention proposes to repurpose some unlet office space to create a two-storey restaurant and bar with integrated green walls, public seating and a roof terrace. Over a series of phased works, MCM are creating a building that better engages with the area through the use of active frontages and enhancements to the public realm at this significant junction.
We’re excited for this new stage in the Aldgate House journey…
Learn more about what we’ve previously done on Aldgate House >