This three storey, 1960s concrete framed building has suffered from little maintenance and upkeep in recent years. This scheme is to refurbish the two upper floors and their associated common parts to bring the first and second floors into line with contemporary office environments.
As part of the overall refurbishment strategy the windows have been replaced on both upper floors. New painted W20 steel windows have been installed with horizontal centre pivot casements.
This refurbishment will bring the sadly neglected Sussex House back into use as an aspirational city centre business location, a much sought after asset which will plug a gap in the commercial property landscape in Chichester.
Gross internal area is 6,610 square feet, completion due March 2018.
JWA embraced the design challenge to create a series of theatrical spaces. The team was appointed to monitor the base build and…
JWA, founded by James Wells is a dedicated team of architects who relish the challenge of dealing with technically demanding schemes. The practice focuses on high quality architectural and interior design work.