Watermark Place, London

 

Project Watermark Place
Client Core
Location London, UK
Architect Fletcher Priest Architects
Contractor Sir Robert McAlpine
Entrance Circular Full Vision Revolving Doors; model CFV 2800AY

Watermark Place, London

Watermark Place is an 11-storey office building with 500,000m² of office space on Upper Thames Street, London. The building was designed by Fletcher Priest Architects and was recently let out to the Japanese bank Nomura.

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Bauporte was commissioned to design, manufacture and install three fully automatic Circular Full Vision revolving doors


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The doors have a diameter of 2800mm and a height of 3800mm


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They were originally fitted with orange tinted glass walls and ceilings. It has now been changed into low-iron, clear glass upon request of the new tenant


 

Such a striking building of course needs a very special entrance!


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Two automatic Elegance revolving doors on the side complete the whole. These doors are fitted with a driving mechanism installed in the ground, hidden away to be completely invisible.