221 London

Canberra, Australia (Completed 2010)

221 London Circuit is a 12-storey commercial office building, originally constructed in 1968 that has been refurbished throughout its life. Located on the corner of London Circuit and Nangari Streets in Canberra City it is tenanted to a mix of private and semi-Government tenants.

Its most recent refurbishment was a collaborative process between Molonglo Group, engineering firm ARUP, and Sydney-based architects Architectus whose previous projects include Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) and Sydney’s 1 Bligh.

In late 2010, 221 London achieved a Property Council of Australia A-grade building rating and 4.5 NABERS rating.

We love pictures and story telling. With them we create visual essays of the landscape, our projects and curiosities.

221 London Circuit is a 12-storey commercial office building, originally constructed in 1968 that has been refurbished throughout its life. Located on the corner of London Circuit and Nangari Streets in Canberra City it is tenanted to a mix of private and semi-Government tenants.

Its most recent refurbishment was a collaborative process between Molonglo Group, engineering firm ARUP, and Sydney-based architects

Architectus whose previous projects include Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) and Sydney’s 1 Bligh.

In late 2010, 221 London achieved a Property Council of Australia A-grade building rating and 4.5 NABERS rating.

We love pictures and story telling. With them we create visual essays of the landscape, our projects and curiosities.

Project Name221 London
Project TypeOffice and hospitality
Design TeamMolonglo Group, Architectus, Arup, Oxigen landscape architects, Frost Design
Size8,428m2 and 35 basement parking spaces
StatusCompleted 2010