offices, architectural practice
6 Moretown, Tower Hamlets, E1W 1YW
A contemporary adaptation of a 1980s office building, and home of global design firm Gensler. Each level of the building is connected by a structural timber facade and set of stairs, and the new 5th floor cantilevers from the roof.
Aldgate East, Tower Gateway, Tower Hill
Originally known as Thomas More Square, the site sits within the walls of the former London Docks. It was redeveloped as a business estate in the 1980s, and by the 2010s was in need of a major refresh. It was re-imagined as a new creative cluster in 2018, and re-named 'Moretown'.
No. 6 stands on the right of the main gates when entering Moretown, and is the only free-standing building. It was completely redeveloped by Gensler in 2018, with a new glass extension on the it's front elevation, a new 5th floor added to the roof, new connective stair linking all of the levels, and new interiors.
The building now forms the home of Gensler London, as the headquarters of the European region. Gensler is a global design firm established in 1965 by Art Gensler. The firm practices architecture and design with a diverse portfolio of commercial office buildings, retail centers, airports, education facilities, entertainment complexes, planning and urban design, mission-critical facilities, consulting, and brand design.
museum, library, online
Join us for a free guided tour of the RPS Museum and Library and find out what crocodiles have to do with pharmacy! Over 180 years old, the RPS Museum and Library is a hidden gem in East London, full of the weird and wonderful world of pharmacy history. Find out how best to use bear’s grease and explore a collection of poisons even Agatha Christie would swoon at! Scroll down to find out more
Interior design Associate at BDP , Kristen Liedl, 2015
architectural practice, offices, walk/tour
Pennington Street Warehouse is a Grade II Listed Warehouse, sensitively adapted in 2019 into a vibrant and creative home for architects & masterplanners, JTP.
Centre of German religious and cultural life for more than 200 years. Impressive 20th century church building with contributions from various German artists. Exhibition of German émigré artist Hans Feibusch „Five Stories from the Old Testament“ (courtesy of Ben Uri Gallery). Demonstration of the organ by resident organist Paul Dichtl.
Donald Plaskett Marshall & Partners, 1960
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