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Carlisle

ModVillage Office Development

Case Study

Project: ModVillage Office Development

Client: Kingmoor Park Properties

Iron & Pine worked with Revolution Architecture (part of the Prospus Group) to develop a design for Kingmoor Park in Carlisle for a modular office complex utilising some undeveloped land.  Started in 2019, the project is ongoing with phase one expected to be finished summer 2021. Once complete, ModVillage will comprise of approximately 10,000 square feet of high-quality office space, as well as a cafe.

Iron & Pine are able to deliver thousands of square feet of office space over a weekend to minimise impact on existing occupants and with very little on site work after delivery the offices are ready to occupy in no time.

The build encompasses various layouts from smaller offices suitable for 2 or 3 people to large open plan offices comprising 4 containers, roof terraces and communal gardens.  Externally the containers have been painted anthracite grey and clad sparingly with local larch which softens the industrial look slightly. Galvanised steel and glass balconies add a finishing touch.

 

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