Squire & Partners

Part II professional experience | July 2014 – July 2015

Perfume Factory complex
Perfume Factory complex

A perspective view of the mixed-use development after planning consent

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Ground floor plan of the development
Ground floor plan of the development
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Perspective view of the Yard
Perspective view of the Yard
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Perspective view of the East Link
Perspective view of the East Link
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View of the glasshouse
View of the glasshouse
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Existing context elevations
Existing context elevations

Scale 1:1000

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Perfume Factory

 

I started working with the Perfume Factory Project Team in March 2015, when the project was at the early pre-planning application stage.

My main contribution included drawing key plans, sections and (context) elevations in Revit.

More specifically my role comprised of:

  • Research into materials for the building facades; productions of facade and material brochures 

  • Production of parameter and use plans in 1:500, calculation of min and max GEAs  

  • Testing out various options for internal layouts of the towers, as well as bay studies

  • Revision of the client’s programmatic brief and incorporation within the design of the scheme 

  • Landscape design implementation; design of connective landscape structures, temporary and permanent pavilions

  • Design of the facade elevations of the conserved Perfume Factory building

  • Research into code for sustainable homes/lifetime homes/london housing design/ealing council standards

  • Drawing of site/context plan/elevations in 1:500, landscape plan in 1:800, building plans and sections in 1:200 to 1:100

  • Production of key views with Revit from various points on site for rendering

  • Production of demolition plans/elevations at 1:500 and 1:100 scale

Type
Mixed-use development
Location
London, UK
Status
Completed
Team
Architects: Squire & Partners
Landscape Consultant: LDA Design
Planning Consultant: CGMS
Services: AECOM
Structure: Robert Bird Group
Transport Consultant: Peter Brett Associates