Facade design of a new residential and retail building in Covent Garden. Steel-framed windows and brick-faced precast cladding give a refined crisp appearance

The Floral Court development will see 50 luxury residential apartments built around a new public courtyard between Floral and King Streets near Covent Garden.

The facades are principally constructed of brick-faced precast concrete, while the glazed residential facades use slender steel profiles and the ground floor retail units feature bronze-framed glazing.

The prominent corner bay on Floral Street appears as a set of offset stacked boxes; these are realised in a bespoke curtain wall system with cast aluminium panelling as feature screens in front of the glazing providing privacy.

Location
Covent Garden, London, UK

Client
Capital & Counties

Architect
KPF