83 Clerkenwell Road
At RMF we have worked on a number of projects with historical and cultural significance, the Skipper building or 83 Clerkenwell road was another of these such projects. Located a stones throw from the Leather Lane market it started life as a brewery and tobacco factory. By 1862 it was the largest brewery under one roof within London.
Flash forward to 2020 and regeneration of the space into a modern and sustainable workspace begins.
Inspired by its intrinsic industrial heritage, Skipper Building boasts unique warehouse-style workspace, complete with exposed brick walls, original timber beams and expansive ceiling heights. Carefully designed to accommodate a modern, healthy way of working, the transformation seamlessly incorporates a stylish arrival experience with excellent occupier amenities and sustainable features throughout.
RMF were appointed as the sole raised flooring contractor and our scope of works were;
- 2 X Coats of PVA sealer to prepare for installation
- Supply and install 2,000m² of RMF Eco Range panels onto a new all steel pedestal under structure to suit 150mm void.
As you can see from the stunning images below the finished result is a truly modern workspace with hints back to its industrial roots. As the letting agents aptly described the property as ‘An old brewery and tobacco factory transformed into an enriching workplace fuelling healthy habits’.
By opting for the RMF Eco range the client also benefitted from a cost and carbon saving on the fit out.
To work with a team with a broad portfolio of projects contact the RMF team on 01926 425289.
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