1 Stamfort Street
Phase 1 Completed
This Grade II Listed Building was once occupied by the Central Bank of London and the Midland Bank. The surviving records of the Central Bank of London show that they had a branch in the building from at least 1863 and it became Midland Bank when they amalgamated with the Central Bank of London in 1891. Midland Bank branch moved out of the building around 1970s before the HSBC took over the site, situated at the junction between Blackfriars Road and Stamford Street of London South bank SE1.
Shinz Design takes great pride in our contribution as the lead architect to revive this derelict Grade II Listed Building with great results. Working closely with Southwark Conversation and Historical England, Shinz Design took the challenge to repair and restore the damage caused by both historical neglect and damage from squatters with stunning outcome.
The design outcome is up held by well-planned programme with modern layout and attention to detail to bring the best out of the historical building.