London Wall Place

In the bustling City of London, the new London Wall Place project is a commercial scheme which comprises a vast array of elements to offer something for everyone. Lying within the remains of St Alphage Church and a section of the original London Wall, the London Wall Place site is steeped in history.

Two existing buildings – a 1950s podium and a vacant tower – have been replaced with high-quality office space, offering more than 75,000 sq ft to businesses. In the communal areas outside of the commercial space, the two heritage structures have been brought together with new pedestrian routes, and a series of beautifully landscaped gardens.

The lighting designers for the scheme were award-winning practice Studio Fractal, who promptly enlisted Architainment to supply a significant level of LED lighting for the new offices.

A number of linear LED solutions, supplied by Architainment, were selected to illuminate areas across the development. These included washrooms, communal areas and office space. Linear LED solutions were also used externally to light the building’s soffits, offering light while also highlighting the outside structure of the offices. 

Architainment also supplied TROV products from the EcoSense range, to accentuate different elements within the space.

London Wall Place is a unique development as it brings together new and state-of-the-art offices with historic structures which tell part of London’s past. By supplying the different lighting solutions for this project we helped to create the ideal environment for those working in the buildings, as well as the people passing by and enjoying the gardens around the new office structures.

Nic Tolkien, Architainment Lighting’s Managing Director

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London wall place is a joint venture partnership between brookfield properties and oxford properties, two global developers at the forefront of the industry and together manage $110 billion in assets worldwide.

Brookfield properties’ commitments in london include 100 bishopsgate, principal place and canary wharf. While oxford’s include watermark place, st martin’s court and king edward court on paternoster square and the royal exchange.


  • Cladding – metal framed full height double glazed façade system, with projecting external architectural cladding of rectilinear GRC shells and profiled glazed ceramic faience work
  • Floor-to-floor heights:
  • Entrance hall: 5.4m to 9.0m
  • Office levels 3.79m (slab-to-slab) 2.75m (floor-to-ceiling)
  • Planning grid: 1.5m x 1.5m
  • Floor loadings: Imposed loading of 4kN/m2 (including 1kN/m2 for lightweight partitions)

Public Health Services

  • WCs 1:10 sq m/person (assuming ratio of 80:40 male:female)

Vehicular Access Provision

  • Integrated taxi and chauffeur drop off
  • Motorcycle parking: 33 bays
  • 118 private bicycle parking spaces
  • Access to the service bay for goods vehicles from Wood Street/St Alphage Garden

Vertical Transportation

  • 6 passenger lifts (21 person) at 2.5m/s. Average waiting time 25 seconds
  • Goods lifts: 1 goods lift at 2,500kg

Interior Architecture

  • Entrance hall:
  • Floor: Natural stone
  • Walls: GRC cladding to columns and pilasters, with bronze finish detailing
  • Ceilings: Profiled glazed ceramic faience, GRC and profiled metal to match external soffits

Electrical Services

  • Dual 33kV supply
  • 2.9MVA maximum connect load
  • Lighting: 8w/sq m
  • Small power: 25w/sq m
  • Supplementary: 10w/sq m spare
  • People: 1 person/10sq m

Mechanical Services

  • EC Fan Coil Units mounted above ceilings in the office space
  • Tempered fresh air is provided by on-floor air handling units which draw fresh air from louvres in the façade
  • Full compliance with CPNI and Home Office guidelines
  • CCTV system designed in association with the Association of Chief Police Officers – Designed to comply with BS EN 50132: 2012
  • 24 hour security monitoring all entrance points, from dedicated security control room
  • Dedicated rooms designed for secure screening of incoming mail items
  • Diverse telecommunication feeds

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