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TSP invest in, manage, and develop great real estate that adds value and delivers purpose. Working with House of Grey and Peldon Rose, and agents Compton and HK London, TSP have transformed 60 Ironmonger Row from the ex-Christian Louboutin HQ into a future-facing workplace in the heart of Old Street district, London. Distinguished by its dedication to proven sustainability, and an aesthetic that marries the charm of a historic building with the wonders of the outdoors, 60 Ironmonger Row is quirky, unique, and a distinctive offering in London’s commercial office market.
Semi-transparent dividers like these railings distinguish energy zones from each other while maintaining visual cohesion
Originally built as an Edwardian warehouse over 100 years ago, 60 Ironmonger Row is now a frontrunner amongst the workplaces of the future, designed to facilitate contemporary, collaborative ways of working and rated as EPC B, BREEAM Excellent, SKA Gold, and Well Enabled.
A powerfully natural aesthetic sets the building apart. Over 18,400 reclaimed terracotta tiles cover the lower levels, while large algae sheets hang behind the milled steel reception desk, and the original Merbau wooden flooring is restored on the ground level. Timber desking and an abundance of potted plants and natural light further tether the space to nature, and bring about a sense of calmness and wellbeing for occupants.
How can we improve this building? How can we make it relevant? What you need to be able to achieve this is an incredible ecosystem of professionals working around you, all with the same goal – and that’s what we’ve found with Peldon Rose.
These algae sheets hang behind a milled steel reception desk, harmonising indoor air quality and promoting tenant wellbeing
Traditional elements of the Edwardian warehouse such as its exposed brick walls are retained, to preserve originality and charm, while new design features evolve the space into one of next-generation style and inclusivity. The building is fully accessible with street access ramps, and a DDA compliant toilet next to the reception desk. This is practical and stylish, and benefits from the same terracotta tiling replicated in 60 Ironmonger Row’s lower levels. The rest of the 7,500 sq ft space is texture rich and anchored by a neutral colour palette. These design decisions work consciously to create positive sensory experiences for those using the space, regardless of preferences.
The Edwardian building's original brick walls have been exposed and retained, blending historical charm with modern versatility
60 Ironmonger Row is future-proof in its versatility. It can be used as a singular unit of 7,500 sq ft or separate demises of 2,500 sq ft, and is available to lease as managed space for smaller businesses looking for the speed and simplicity of ready-to-work schemes, or for purchase.
It’s been a delight to work alongside TSP once more, just the latest exciting project born from our decade-long relationship together. See more of the spaces we’ve created with the likes of Thirty Lighterman and MS Society.