Cycling to work is made easy, with shower facilities located next to sheltered, secure cycle storage.
71,000 sq ft of newly presented workspace
Located in London’s media and tech heartland, the building’s internal spaces feature exposed ceiling services and a high specification designed to meet the needs of London's forward thinking occupiers.
Using infrared sensors, Wilson notes your arrival and adapts the temperature, light and ventilation in the areas being used.
Water pipes transfer heat from parts of the building that need cooling to areas that need heating, and vice-versa.
Light sensors notice the amount of sunlight in a space and reduce or switch lighting off when it’s not needed.
In sunny areas, solar control coating on glazing bounces heat off the building – preventing overheating, whilst letting light penetrate.
With its own café and surrounded by an abundance of restaurants and bars, there’s always an option to enjoy your downtime at Wilson.
The further up the building, the more shading on glazing is used to prevent overheating. In shaded areas, low emissivity coating on the glazing acts like a thermos, keeping warmth inside.
Living roofs on four levels are planted with native wildflowers, grasses and succulents. Visually appealing in every season, they’re also a home for bees, birds and butterflies.
Outdoor terraces on three levels enhance productivity and wellbeing by providing inspiring spaces to relax, meet or work.
On cooler lower floors, full height glazing allows maximum light and warmth inside.
Fresh air is ducted from outside the building to its centre, keeping internal areas well ventilated and reducing the need to use heating / cooling systems.
Sensors recognise when a space is unoccupied and switch off or reduce lighting.
Carbon Trust experts help occupiers make the most of the building’s features. Analysing data from the building’s sensors and meters they share knowledge and advice. Experts are on hand during fit-out too, helping occupiers with Low Carbon recommendations.
On summer nights, the building cools itself by drawing in cooler night air through fresh air ducting and expelling the warmer air inside. This reduces the need to use cooling systems in the morning.
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