Forming part of the office complex at 80 Charlotte Street in Fitzrovia, the new facility is arranged over two floors with a generous, light-filled double-height space, and will provide drop-in working space, meeting rooms, conference facilities, wellness room and a café, operated by Lantana. It is available for use by all of Derwent London’s office occupiers and is a space designed for connection and collaboration. A programme of events will be curated to create an informal environment to work, meet, socialise and be inspired.
Derwent London has also launched its ‘DL/’ app which can be used to book space and events and order food and drink.
The offer builds on Derwent London’s brand of delivering design-led adaptable space and forms part of our wider customer-focused strategy.
The amenity space fit-out was designed in collaboration with MSMR architects. The bold industrial aesthetic sets the tone for collaboration and productivity, while wood finishes, crafted details, bespoke furniture and commissioned artworks provide a comfortable and welcoming environment.
80 Charlotte Street
The scheme is Derwent London’s first all electric net zero carbon building and was completed in June 2020. Originally built as a 1960s post office headquarters, the redevelopment is now one building, designed by Make architects, who have imaginatively combined existing facades with new-build elements, characterised by varying façade treatments, setbacks and terraces. In addition to its 311,000 sq ft offices, the building incorporates social spaces such as a café, roof terraces, a bar and the publicly accessible ‘Poets’ Park’. Over the past year, the incoming occupiers Boston Consulting Group, Lee & Thompson and Arup have been undertaking their fit-outs, with the former two now in occupation
“Recent events have reaffirmed the importance of high quality workspace which allows people to come together to collaborate, innovate and create. DL/78, with its wide range of amenities, will be a valuable additional resource for our customers and communities.”
Emily Prideaux, Director