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Apex Temple Court

Apex Temple Court
2012
Apex Temple Court is Ian Springford Architects' 3rd major project for Apex Hotels in London, following the completion of Apex City of London and Apex London Wall.

The project is a conversion of an existing 1950s office building into a 184 bedroom 4 star hotel with restaurant, bar and gym facilities. Work included the demolition and extension of the existing East Wing to provide additional accommodation and to resolve internal circulation, and the complete re-landscaping of 2 external courtyards to form the new hotel entrance.

The building falls within the Inner Temple Conservation area and the proposals seek to maximise the impact of the guest's arrival from
Fleet Street, through a listed classical courtyard, into a reception area that opens on to the sheltered central courtyard. This central courtyard, previously used for car parking, is turned into an integral part of the hotel, with the public spaces arranged around it.

ISA also provided a full interior design service, including all internal works along with the design and specification of the client's case goods, fabrics, loose furnishings and fittings.
PROJECT: Apex Temple Court
LOCATION: 1-2 Serjeants Inn, London
CLIENT: Apex Hotels Ltd
ARCHITECT: Ian Springford Architects
STRUCTURAL ENGINEER: Alan Baxter Associates
SERVICES ENGINEER: RSP Consulting Engineers
Apex Temple Court
Apex Temple Court
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Main Contractor:  Tolent Construction

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