• CGI of the Caledonian Point development
  • Caledonian Point completed prior to the fit-out of our offices on the first 2 floors
  • The building overlooks Deptford Creek and a newly formed public walkway
  • 3D CGI model of the ground floor
  • 3D CGI model of the first floor
  • The ground floor will accommodate the reception, cafe and presentation space
  • The first floor will accommodate 120 staff and various meeting/creative spaces
  • Staff celebration event ahead of the commencement of the fit-out
  • Learning about the history and future of 40 Norman Road at the celebration
  • 3D printed model of 40 Norman Road
  • 3D printed model of 40 Norman Road
  • Preliminary view of the flexible cafĂ© space on the ground floor
  • 1st Floor bptw studios CGI

40 Norman Road

This page is dedicated to the development of bptw partnership's new offices at 40 Norman Road, Greenwich. In 1997 we moved to a converted warehouse building on the site and, as the practice expanded, acquired the adjoining offices in 2002.

In 2010 we secured unanimous approval for a redevelopment of the site, bringing to fruition a long term ambition that had encouraged the then partners to move to, at that time, a relatively isolated part of Greenwich. Following approval, the site was sold to Family Mosaic and has now been delivered as Caledonian Point, providing 85 high quality apartments. The final phase of this mixed-use development is seeing bptw undertake the design and fit-out of the first two-floors to create a modern office space for the practice overlooking Deptford Creek, due to complete in December 2017.

Click here for the latest update on the 40 Norman Road story.