Situated directly outside of Victoria mainline railway station, Nova Victoria is a bold and contemporary mixed-used development. The scheme comprises 5 landmark buildings on a 5.5 acre island site bounded by Bressenden Place, Victoria Street and Buckingham Palace Road, SW1.
More than just a development, the comprehensive transformation of the site aims to encourage the 115 million people who use Victoria station each year to engage with this part of London.
The mixed-use scheme delivers 603,000 square feet of Grade A offices attracting world class corporations to Victoria. Furthermore, the development provides 193,000 square feet of contemporary high quality apartments and 85,000 square feet of inspirational restaurants, bars and retail.
Nova’s bold, contemporary look is the result of a collaboration between several notable architectural practices.
PLP Architecture has designed the masterplan and is architect for the three commercial buildings. Benson & Forsyth are delivering the statement residential fronting Buckingham Palace Road with Flanagan Lawrence. Lynch Architects are responsible for the signature mixed-use civic building fronting Victoria Street.
Shadbolt were asked to assist on the project and duly manufactured and supplied bespoke FSC certified crown cut and carefully selected plank effect American black walnut veneered toilet cubicle fronts, dividers, back panels and associated washroom panelling.