Once the place where EMI mastered ground breaking albums by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, this landmark art deco building designed by Wallis, Gilbert and Partners has been remastered into 84,705 sq ft of high-end office space. With its stunning flat iron facade, the revived building is both striking and impressive.
This is office space, remastered.
The Record Store's vast, open-plan factory floors have been reinvented by award winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM). Each of the six storeys with flexible floorplates of up to 15,000 sq ft, offer floor to ceiling heights of over 3.5 metres. The building also benefits from extensive natural light with views across The Old Vinyl Factory and Heathrow.
ventilation via 300mm
ceiling mounted Fan Coil
ceiling achieving a clear height
1 no. 13 person fire-fighting lift
1 no. 21 person /
1600kg passenger / goods lift
10 unisex superloo toilets
on each typical floor
2 accessible toilets on
each typical floor
with lockers and drying
cupboard on each
(1 space per 425sq ft)
1:10 sq m
RECEPTION – 1,579 sq ft (147 sqm)
to 14,581 sq ft (1355 sqm)
84,705 sq ft of high-spec space