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Renzo Piano Gains Planning Permission for Shard-Adjacent Residential Tower

Renzo Piano Gains Planning Permission for Shard-Adjacent Residential Tower

Renzo Piano Building Workshop has been awarded planning approval for Feilden House, a 26-storey residential building at London Bridge Quarter, directly adjacent to the Shard. Designed to complement the Shard and Place Buildings, the third piece of Piano's London Bridge Developments will add "generous public realm amenities" to the area at ground level.

North-South Section. Image Courtesy of RPBWCourtesy of RPBWTypical Floor Plan Lower Levels. Image Courtesy of RPBWView from Thomas Street looking East. Image Courtesy of RPBW+ 7

View from Thomas Street looking East. Image Courtesy of RPBW
View from Thomas Street looking East. Image Courtesy of RPBW

Thanks to its public realm additions, the design was approved unanimously by Southwark planning committee. The design is planned for completion in 2018, at which point the current plans for the "New London Bridge Quarter," including the renewed London Bridge Station, will be complete.

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Cite: Rory Stott. "Renzo Piano Gains Planning Permission for Shard-Adjacent Residential Tower" 11 Nov 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/566154/renzo-piano-gains-planning-permission-for-shard-adjacent-residential-tower> ISSN 0719-8884
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