Plympton Stables


Landlord Cat A/A +

  • 30-31 Plympton St, NW8
  • 11,000 sq ft | 12 weeks


Originally constructed as a stable in the 1820s and latterly used as a cutlery factory, naturally, the building came with a multitude of heritage challenges. The client brief was to subdivide this building into a number of smaller self-contained suites that would be presented to the market as contemporary and unique. The building would need to be fully stripped out back to its shell followed by a comprehensive CAT A and B fit-out.


Establishing the best subdivision locations was key to maximising the net lettable area for the client. Additionally, re-working an existing stairwell, along with reinstating a redundant stair allowed for each demise to boast its own entrance. The design scheme was conceived around being sympathetic to the history of the site whilst modernising it with a natural, sophisticated palette.


This unique building has been re-imagined and transformed for the 21st century and provides three self-contained office suites finished to a very high specification. Each demise has its own private entrance and access to the courtyard. All new HVAC, WCs and shower facilities put Plympton Stables on the map as an extremely desirable location.


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