As part of the dynamic emerging commercial context around Slough Station on Brunel Way, the 8-storey development will offer Slough a vibrant streetscape by providing active frontage with cafes/restaurants and a dynamic public realm. Pedestrian routes wrapping around the neighbouring bus station and Stoke Road with high quality landscaping, public seating and a green wall.
The striking architectural design response and high-quality architectural façade treatment will provide an eye-catching welcome to visitors arriving in Slough by rail, with an elegant bronze feature framing the main entrance. Internally, Station Quarter offers highly flexible 22,000 sqft NIA floorplates and 118 associated car parking spaces. The office accommodation wraps around a central atrium space which provides vertical circulation, linking through to amenity and terraces on the upper floor levels.
Client Aberdeen Standard Investments/Exton Estates
Architect Darling Associates
Date 2018 –