Barr Gazetas - Award Winning London Architect

Kodak House Holborn

Refurbishment of a Grade II listed building in Central London, providing Grade-A office space, communal amenity, and sensitively restored historic features

In Numbers

  • 61,000 sqft of Grade A office space
  • 1,600 sqft of outdoor communal amenity space
  • 1 rationalised core
  • 3 new lifts
  • 1 sensitively restored historic entrance

About Kodak House

Situated on Kingsway, Kodak House was built in 1911 as the European headquarters of the Kodak Company, and is one of the earliest examples of a purpose-built office block in London.

The development proposal includes several enhancements to the existing building including a new contemporary entrance and enlarged reception, rationalised and core and open plan CAT A office space, a communal roof terrace and new commuter facilities. The existing façade will be sensitively restored with new fenestration that responds to the original design. The top two mansard storeys will be removed and rebuilt for improved quality, in a style that is complimentary to the host building.

The building is designed to achieve high sustainability benchmarks with WELL Gold, BREEAM Excellent.

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