Inspired by modernism
Three distinct but linked buildings form the Buckingham Green development. The central tower has been re-imagined with a dramatic, contemporary glass façade inspired by Mies van der Rohe. The lower four floors of the tower provide Grade A office accommodation, with apartments on the upper floors.
The glass tower sits between two distinctive, lower buildings. On the northern side of the scheme, the walls of the five-storey No.3 Buckingham Green are clad with warm, handmade bricks laid in a subtle trellis pattern, which continues inside to the reception area.
No.3 also features a large roof garden and private terraces, exclusively for occupiers’ use.
On the other side of the site, The Gate House is a smaller, boutique building, two floors high. Its unique trellised façade echoes No.3, while the rounded exterior curves and interior of polished concrete and bronze tones set this building apart.
At ground level, the beautifully landscaped public realm, with mature trees and paving, is a key feature of the development. The seven retail units face the central square, enhancing the local area for the residents, office workers and shoppers alike.