25 Bank Street, Canary Wharf

This 30-storey tower, situated at the west end of the southern Heron Quays property, includes more than one million square feet of trading and office space and contains three of the largest trading floor plates in Europe.  The ground floor main lobby includes an auditorium and connects to an extensive below ground retail concourse linking the DLR to the Jubilee subway station. Topping the trading floors, the upper podium floor level provides amenities for a restaurant and fitness centre.

This financial centre building has been designed to a high level of security and contains advanced BMS control systems. Every floor in the tower will be outfitted with the latest in the workplace fitments, including access flooring, parabolic lighting and individual floor communication rooms. The floor plates were designed to accept both perimeter offices and flex space throughout, while maximizing useable space. The data centre within the building contains four data halls totaling 3,500 m2 supported by Tier 3 resilient infrastructure. C

The curtain wall system is comprised of an elaborate network of exterior glass and vertical and horizontal stainless steel tubing providing a very dynamic and intricate facade design.

Location: 
London, England
Design Architect: 
Pelli Clarke Pelli
Executive Architect: 
Adamson Associates Architects
Client: 
Canary Wharf Group
Size: 
1,700,000 sf / 157,930 sm
Completion: 
2003