THE ZIG ZAG BUILDING, 64-74 VICTORIA STREET, SW1
Located next door to the new Kingsgate House building on Victoria Street, it is named after its façade which both extends to and also recedes from the road creating a zig zag effect from the front. The oversailing upper floors, supported on columns, increases and improves space and flow for pedestrians in and around the commercial retail units on the ground floor.
The scheme is designed by Patrick Lynch and includes 18,000m2 of commercial office space over 7 floors including terracing, as well additional public areas, throughfares, gardens, restaurants and 4,000m2 of retail units. The ambiance will be further enhanced with a large scale, considered public art strategy.
Shadbolt were pleased to be involved in the manufacture and supply of stain finished European oak veneered toilet cubicle fronts and also FD30, FD60 and FD90 fire performance glazed doors and doorsets throughout the building.