Victoria Street

  • Date
  • 2012
  • Location
  • United Kingdom, London
  • Size
  • 155 m²
  • Sector
  • Offices
  • Structure
  • Steel
  • Application
  • Roofs
  • Architect
  • Aukett Fitzroy Robinson


123 Victoria Street is a stunning new refurbishment project in the heart of London’s Victoria Street. Sustainable design was central to this refurbishment project by Aukett Fitzroy Robinson. By reusing the existing structure the embedded carbon footprint of the building was minimised compared with an equivalent new build construction.


The printed three layer Texlon® ETFE cladding with its high insulation properties covering the atrium made a positive contribution to the carbon footprint of the building. The Texlon® system allows high levels of light transmission entering the building whilst minimising heat gain. This allows natural daylight into the building and reduces artificial lighting requirements, thus minimising energy use.


This transparency also creates an airy and spacious environment which fits in with the design concept of the building. This building has been refurbished to create versatile spaces and allows occupants to configure individual working environments to suit their businesses.



Main Image: © Steve Winston