Aberdeen harbour office plan emerges
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September 2 2014four storey office building on the site of a former bottling plant at Greyhope Road, Torry.
Featuring a glazed east/west frontage facing the harbour the development makes use of a change in level to tuck in undercroft parking, with a cylindrical drum corner feature designed to demark its ‘gateway’ address.
In their design statement Archial Norr said: “Located at the junction of Greyhope and Fittick’s Road, the site is the first/last (depending on the direction of approach) prime development site in the area and as such should be treated as a primary marker within the Torry area. This location is also the gateway to Aberdeen harbour and the proposed design solution respond’s to this with a tall corner element.”
Finished in a combination of Gambion walling and glazing offering panoramic views over the city with a proposed public viewing platform built on surrounding land.
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