One Angel Lane wins Green GOOD DESIGN Award
The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design are pleased to announce that the Waterman designed development; One Angel Lane has won a 2012 Green GOOD DESIGN™ Award.
One Angel Lane is located on the North bank of the River Thames directly opposite Waterman’s London office. This development, previously known as Watermark Place, provides 42,000m² of commercial office space and is the London headquarters of Nomura Group.
Waterman provided structural engineering, building services and environmental consultancy for One Angel Lane. We designed the new building for the developer CORE and Oxford One Investment Ltd and also the fit-out for Nomura.
Our teams worked closely with the architect, Fletcher Priest, to develop a sustainable strategy for the building. Green Roofs were incorporated for rain water attenuation and to support ecology as well as improving the efficiency of the building thermal envelope. The building achieved an excellent BREEAM rating along with good sustainability credentials.
Green GOOD DESIGN identifies and promotes the world’s most important examples of sustainable design, thereby demonstrating to the international community which consultants are achieving high quality sustainable design to enhance the world environment. This award for a Waterman project demonstrates the company’s leading capability in this important arena of building design.
One Angel Lane has already won an array of prestigious awards including the BCO’s award for ‘Fit-Out of Workplace’ and the Local Authority Building Control’s (LABC) National Building Excellence Award for Best Sustainable Project.