The Manor Royal was designed by architects Nicholas Hare is located in London, United Kingdom. Nicholas Hare Architects have designed a unique business office and the campus Segre was leased to the company Thales leading electronic systems. The design includes three Builiding office (29300 m²) and building a larger research of 16,700 square meters. Development changes the face of Manor Royal Business Park, because it presents a new face on the road by the airport from London Gatwick. The elegantly proportioned concrete framed office buildings are covered with a regular grid of abstract panels of dark blue aluminum, with each building having a double height, double base module width by continuing to sub-divided bays individual floors above.
This use of geometry clearly followed the instructions of the client to join the office buildings of different sizes and with landscaping, gives the project the desired ‘campus’ feel. The offices are placed behind the official planting large linear semi mature trees along the perimeter of the site with the large research building clad money tucked away in the background. Much care has been taken in the “back of house” areas as attractive as the main façades. The buildings were designed to be leased individually or can be adapted to provide the rental use of other sub.