Building Tour: London Wall Place with Make

Join us for an architect-led tour of this new office scheme and public realm in the City of London

Starts:

02:00pm, Saturday, 30 March 2019

Until:

03:00pm, Saturday, 30 March 2019

Tour Guide:

Matteo Boldrin
MB

Yianni Kattirtzis
YK

Duration: 1 hours

Time: 14:00 - 15:00

Start: Outside 2 London Wall Place

Getting There: Moorgate or Barbican underground stations

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The scheme comprises two office buildings surrounded by extensive public realm including a series of public gardens and reimagined elevated pedestrian walkways to link the neighbouring Barbican with the City of London. The two buildings enclose the new London Wall Place gardens. 1 London Wall Place delivers 310,000ft2 of new state-of-the-art office and trading facilities, and a series of nine roof terraces over 13 storeys.

With half of the site dedicated to public realm, London Wall Place has created a new destination for the City. The public realm is formed of a series of pocket gardens for people to discover that, together with the adjacent Salters’ Hall Garden and soon-to-be-completed St Alphage Garden, delivers more than 1.5 acres of public space and over 780m2 of green walls across multiple terraced levels. The walkways, which include four bridges that cross London Wall, Wood Street, Fore Street and Fore Street Avenue, cover 350m and house a new raised garden.

Tour Guides:

Matteo Boldrin
Matteo completed his architecture studies in Milan and Delft and qualified as an architect in Italy, after spending three years living and working in Australia. He joined Make in 2015, the same year he qualified in the UK. Matteo was the project architect for London Wall Place. Following the completion of London Wall Place Matteo has worked on further office projects in London, including competition for a pair of commercial towers as part of a larger masterplan in the city centre and a mixed used masterplan for a key regeneration site in Bratislava.

Yianni Kattirtzis
Yianni joined Make in 2006 and qualified as an architect in 2014. During his time with the studio he’s contributed to a number of high profile developments such as 80 Charlotte Street for Derwent and was the project architect on London Wall Place. From 2017 – 2018, Yianni was based at Make’s Sydney studio working on a prestigious hotel and residential scheme and a boutique apartment project. Yianni is a visiting lecturer at Greenwich University.