Projects

St James Square | London

St James square is a residential development adjacent to and within a Grade II* listed office building which was originally built in the 1700s for William Wentworth, 2nd Earl of Strafford. With developing adjacent to and within a building with statutory protection comes many complexities which require careful consideration, especially at the interfaces between the existing grade II building and the new main façade. The project consists of 6 floors as a mix-use building with 13 high end apartments. The façade surface area was 1,000m2 of vertical hung Dural Limestone supported using the RJ Facades U-brackets and box sections with a horizontal profile and clasp system connected to the Limestone using FZP undercut anchors.

Facade Surface

1,000 m2

Height of building

6 Floors

Facade Material

Limestone

Object data

  • McAlpine Residential development
  • Height of the building: 6 floors

Details / Specials

  • Facade surface 1,000 m²
  • Vertical hung Dura Limestone
  • RJ Facades U-brackets and box sections with a horizontal profile and clasp system using FZP undercut anchors
  • Subframe connected to curtain wall sections. System tested at Vinci to test facade
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