TOG (The Office Group) has gained planning permission to create a 92,000 sq ft flagship building at Tintagel House in Central London.
The redevelopment of the property, which is located on Albert Embankment adjacent to the River Thames in Vauxhall, has been designed by Stirling Prize winning architects Stanton Williams. As part of the plans, the ground and first floor of the 12-storey office building will be extended and new landscaped roof terraces will be created.
Tintagel House is now the largest property in TOG’s portfolio of 34 buildings, 32 of which are in London. In total, TOG operates over 1.2m sq ft of flexible workspace and has a community of more than 15,000 members.
Commenting on the redevelopment, Charlie Green, Co-CEO of The Office Group, said:
“Our starting point was a building with unbelievable natural light and stunning views, directly on the Thames. We think the building will add to the regeneration of Vauxhall, offering an affordable, flexible place to work, open to everyone.”
Tintagel House will provide offices and coworking space, as well as an art gallery, a café, a gym, production studios, workshops, a riverside garden and a rooftop members’ bar. TOG worked alongside Universal Design Studio to design the interiors.
“We’ve worked very hard on the design and the content to make this a real destination for people,” Charlie added.
Tintagel House was previously occupied by the Metropolitan Police and was the site of their first police computer in the 1960s.
Work has begun on site and is due to complete by the end of 2017.
Image: The Office Group, Tintagel House (photography Stanton Williams)