Welcome to the online consultation for the emerging proposals for One Museum Street and West Central Street. We had planned to present these proposals to you in person, but as with a lot of plans this year, we have had to adapt and offer these in a far safer online format which complies with Government guidance. Thank you for taking the time to visit our consultation website and provide your thoughts and comments on our proposals.
This consultation website provides you with a chance to view the updated proposals before we submit a planning application in Spring 2021. If you would like to speak to a member of the project team about these proposals or organise a meeting, please note the contact details at the end of this pack.
This site presents our aspirations to redevelop One Museum Street (also known as Selkirk House)- a now vacant site on Museum Street and High Holborn formally occupied by Travelodge, an NCP car park and its adjacent buildings on West Central Street. The proposal is for an office-led mixed-use development, including new residential and commercial uses and new public realm including a pedestrian route through the site linking West Central Street with High Holborn.
Harnessing unique and independent concepts, we create an experiential lifestyle ethos ensuring we deliver dynamic live/work/stay propositions across the globe. Utilising leading technology, LabTech weaves the latest in digital transformations into the everyday. Our vision is to become a leader in creating eco-systems, moving retail/living and working into a new era.
We are an architecture, urban design and spatial research studio, established by Deborah Saunt and David Hills.
More than bricks and mortar, our projects are about people. We bring projects to life and design them to evolve after completion.
We see beyond boundaries to seek opportunities. Our work spans from writing briefs, to crafting new buildings and landscapes – from infrastructure to intimacy – to foster positive change.
We have been awarded 19 RIBA Awards, have twice been nominated for the European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award, and have also been shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize.
Known for our high-profile urban strategies, often in complex historic environments, our recent work includes the landscape-led masterplan for Camden’s Central Somers Town and the public realm framework for the West End Project as well as Corner House and Suffolk House within the Borough.